Exaggerated Yelp Reviews as Writing Prompts

A conversation with a colleague today got me thinking about engagement. Or rather disengagement of staff and students. It’s a pretty solid and straight forward […]

39,880 Free Visual Writing Prompts

“Ready for Bed” by Frees, Harry Whittier It’s conference season. The time between Christmas Break and Spring Break can be tortuously long for teachers and […]

39,880 Free Visual Writing Prompts

“Ready for Bed” by Frees, Harry Whittier It’s conference season. The time between Christmas Break and Spring Break can be tortuously long for teachers and […]

Exaggerated Yelp Reviews as Writing Prompts

A conversation with a colleague today got me thinking about engagement. Or rather disengagement of staff and students. It’s a pretty solid and straight forward […]

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 […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: Screen Time, Aesop’s Fables, and Fall Foliage

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 […]

June Guest Blog Post with Shelley Rolston

June Guest Blog Post with Shelley Rolston This month Shelley Rolston will be sharing with us her ideas, thoughts and inspiration on education.  Shelley is […]

Finding Free Audiobooks for Educators

Earlier this spring, a report commissioned by the Audio Publishers Association found that, for the first time, half of all American have listened to audiobooks. […]

A student-led short story unit at Crossett Brook

7th and 8th graders take the initiative to share their stories with the world. Ms. Cicchetti’s 7th and 8th grade language arts classes at Crossett […]

Students blogging for an authentic audience

Getting connected: online & with community members What if there was a way to spend less time grading your students’ writing, while also providing a […]

Simpler. Slicker. Smarter – PracTutor Just Got Better

We’re excited to introduce you to the new PracTutor, the latest evolution of your trusted Math and Language Arts companion. Yes, PracTutor just got better! Over […]

Creating moveable digital activities with Google Drawings + Slides

A teacher sent me a link to a video recently. I think it was probably from Teachers Pay Teachers, and she asked, “How do you […]

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