Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is the “belief that you’re an inadequate and incompetent failure despite evidence that indicates you’re skilled and quite successful.” (The Muse) Nearly everyone […]

Six Tips to Prepare Students for College Writing Courses

A college professor shares six tips to help students prepare for their first year of college composition courses. The post Six Tips to Prepare Students […]

5 ways to spice up your learning text

‘I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions.’ How much would you trust a doctor who simply had to tick […]

Top Sites for Educator Professional Development [Restifo]

Top Sites for Educator Professional Development — from techlearning.com by Diana Restifo These professional development sites for education will help teachers refresh and update their […]

Classroom Magazines: Ready-to-Use Lessons for a Google Slides Project

With this ready-to-use lesson, teachers can implement a hands-on classroom magazine project with any content they like! The post Classroom Magazines: Ready-to-Use Lessons for a […]

Michigan Learning Channel: A Free Tool for Summer Learning + Explore STEM careers

Michigan Learning Channel: A Free Tool for Summer Learning — from michiganvirtual.org Excerpt: In this course, you will: Recognize the what, why, and how of […]

Best Free Virtual Escape Rooms for Schools [Restifo]

Best Free Virtual Escape Rooms for Schools — from techlearning.com by Diana Restifo Virtual escape rooms incorporate riddles, puzzles, math, logic, and literacy skills to […]

Supporting Young Students as Writers, Before They Can Write [Rogin]

Supporting Young Students as Writers, Before They Can Write — from edutopia.org by Madeleine Rogin This activity allows young students to see themselves as storytellers […]

45 Next Generation Learning Tools That Kids Will Love [ireviews.com]

45 Next Generation Learning Tools That Kids Will Love — from ireviews.com with thanks to Alex Ward for this resource Excerpts: There’s a wide range […]

Learning Disorders and Law School: Strategies & Resources [onlinemasteroflegalstudies.com]

Learning Disorders and Law School: Strategies and Resources — from onlinemasteroflegalstudies.com with thanks to Allegra Balmadier for these resources Excerpt: Law schools across the country […]

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 […]

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