Adapting to Change, Loss, and Possibilities: Virtual Collaborative Learning (and Doing) With ShapingEDU

Suzanne Lipsett, a writer I very much admired, insisted at the beginning of Surviving a Writer’s Life that what we do with our experiences—i.e., write […]

Tech or Treat: Spook-tacular Halloween Resources for the Classroom IV

Back by popular demand—some really spook-tacular digital resources that are sure to creep out your students—in a good way, of course! Yep—it’s the updated version […]

For the journalists, PR folks, & students majoring in Journalism…this one’s for you.

AP Style Rules: Correct Uses for Race-Related Terms, Gender-Neutral Words, and Election Lingo — from mediablog.prnewswire.com We know journalists are busy, and it can be […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits – Part 6

I’ve discovered some really cool tech tools and tips to share with you this week, including a couple of must-see ones for fall. So let’s […]

6 Reasons Why Citation of Sources is Important When Writing

Every academic paper needs to be drafted on the basis of strong arguments, relevant case studies, artefacts and more of such similar points of reference. […]

How about this type of gift for that book lover in your life?!?!

Arc, Spiral, and Curve Bookshelves — from theawesomer.com by Brianna Kufa

“Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom – What’s Working, What’s Not” [Bruff] + “Active Learning in Hybrid and Physically Distanced Classrooms” [Bruff]

Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom – What’s Working, What’s Not — from derekbruff.org by Derek Bruff Excerpt: Now that we’re a few weeks into the […]

Adapting to Change, Loss, and Possibilities: “And I Am…”

Our most challenging times are generally the times when I am most drawn to the arts for comfort, solace, and inspiration. It is, therefore, no […]

Bring SEL Practices to Your Remote Classroom

In times of uncertainty like we are experiencing now, it is important to bring social and emotional (SEL) practices to your remote classroom. Some students […]

Click (05) / #100DaysToOffload

The click of the computer mouse. The tap of the keyboard. Jeez, How annoying. In the office, certainly an open plan one, the volume of […]

Lockdown Lessons (Continuing)

Surprisingly, among the usual dispiriting news about the efforts to contain COVID19 internationally, there are some snippets of unrelated educational revelations that are quite enlightening. […]

DC: For those involved in Theatre, here’s to such innnovation in the future!

From edsurge.com today: THOROUGHLY MODERN MEDIA: This spring, a college theater course about women’s voting rights aimed to produce a new play about the suffrage […]

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