How Charles Dickens Saw America

On January 22, 1842, famed British author Charles Dickens, whose stories of life in Victorian England continue to capture the imagination of readers worldwide, arrived […]

Full OWL Resources for Grades 7-12 // Purdue Writing Lab

Full OWL Resources for Grades 7-12 // Purdue Writing Lab: For resources specifically created for...

What Is NaNoWriMo?

Creative writing can be a challenge. Faced with a blank sheet of paper, a blinking cursor, or a stack of ideas, we might balk. This […]

What You Might Not Know About Comic Sans

Comic Sans is a controversial typeface. You may recognize the hand drawn-looking letters, perhaps you’ve even used them. In fact, the font is commonly used […]

Come Read with Me: Google’s Read Along App

Want to improve your child or student’s reading ability? Google has created a new reading app to make that easier to achieve. You may recall […]

Using Tech for ELA Differentiation and Assessment

When I taught high school English Language Arts (ELA), one of the ways I utilized technology was to engage my students in different types of […]

Favorite ELA Resources from Our Members

We asked our TCEA members to share their favorite reading and writing websites, apps, or tools to use for student learning and would like to […]

Four Features to Make Better Use of Flipgrid

You have probably already heard of Flipgrid and perhaps even started using it, at least to some degree. It definitely seems to be the perfect […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: Sight, Sound, and AI Tech

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of periodic ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: Screen Time, LEGO, and Enchiladas

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of biweekly ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

Scribblitt Publishing for Kids

I really like the idea of kids publishing their own books. I also like Scribblitt. So I asked Andrea...

WriteReader: An Engaging and Effective Reading App

The premise behind the program WriteReader is simple but profound: students learn to read by creating and sharing books. Designed for students in grades K-5, […]

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