Images for Writing Bytes

Writing doesn't always need to be a long-winded, painful and boring affair. In between the daily fractures of attention and distractions, writing helps learners focus, […]

Writing Prompts for Those Days When Things Go Wrong

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels We may want to make a day good, but sometimes intentions don't go as planned.  Sometimes there won't even be a plan B […]

November is for Writing

Photo by Kei Scampa from Pexels In between silent glances and flickering lights.  In between the pressures of school assignments and reading for pleasure.  Lies the gift of […]

Creative Writing Club Hosts Student Challenge

Are you an aspiring novelist? Do you dream of becoming the next J.K. Rowling or John Grisham? Do you enjoy imaginary world-building and developing relatable […]

Generating Poetry

How to entice learners into writing? How to persuade learners that there is fun and magic in poetry? Poem Generator  is a free site where learners […]

FLVS Corkboard: Summer Edition

Ah, summer. It’s the ideal time for hanging out with friends, heading to the pool or the beach, soaking up the warm weather, enjoying cookouts, […]

Connecting through Creative Writing Club

This post was written by Lia, a student in the FLVS Creative Writing Club. The Creative Writing Club is a place where students of Florida […]

Seven Best Writing Tools for iOS Devices

Recently, Apple decided to renew its focus on the educational market. The company may have lost some ground to Google and other companies when it […]

16 tips for writing a great blog post

#10 will shock and appall you… Here are 16 best practices we try to follow as writers on this blog. Many of them stem from […]

Unlock Your Students’ Stories with Tools to Support Creative Writing

Creative writing is the makerspace of the mind. A truly open assignment where students are free to follow whatever crazy directions their stories takes them? This […]

Book review: Stories Without End

Alphabet Publishing recently sent me a copy of Stories Without End by Taylor Sapp. Here’s a review and a bit about how I used the […]

4 lessons Mr Miyagi can teach learning designers

Sometimes, you find techniques and lessons in places you wouldn't expect it. Here's what learning designers can take from the 80s classic, The Karate Kid. […]

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