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WriteAbout: Where the Student is the Star

Students can write and often, students want to write, but they need that spark to get the creative fire lit.  WriteAbout is a resource...

Creative Thinking Challenges for Students

John Spencer is a former educator and current author known for his design thinking and the LAUNCH Cycle for students.  Every week he issues new...

Building Narratives With Seesaw App

How can we help develop students' imaginations and do some exploration with narrative structure? Have you ever considered using Seesaw? If you are...

Using Google Keep for Grading Comments

This is another gem by Eric Curts from Control Alt Achieve. In this video, Eric will show you how to harness the power of Google Keep for organizing...

High Tech Reflection Strategies

The text in this resource from Edutopia explores some creative ways teachers are using technology to increase both opportunities for, and...

Blogging for Student Reflection

Blogging can be an awesome tool for student reflection. It provides the student an opportunity to make personal connections and share their thought...

Canvas: Create a Discussion Board

Classroom discussion is a great way to help students make connections with new material and share their learning process with other students. If you...

Public Vs Private: Publishing Student Work on the Web

Navigating the pitfalls of the internet is tough as a teacher. Most will agree that allowing students to share their work with others is important,...

Edublogs: Blogging with Students

Blogging can be such a powerful tool to improve student writing and and increase engagement. It can be, however, a little daunting for a teacher with...

Write for My Teacher, or Publish to the World?

Sometimes you read an article and it really makes you re-examine how you look at the world. Hopefully, that path of continual growth is one that you...

Lesson Example: Teaching With Blogs

In this resource, Read, Write, Think provides a solid strategy for how to use blogs in the classroom setting. Remember blogging isn't just about...

Google Docs: Adding Comments & Assigning Tasks

If you have not utilized the commenting feature in Google Docs yet, it is time to start exploring! This valuable tool allows students to share work...

Lesson Example: Storytelling & Creation Themes (Part 1)

Note: This video is Part 1 of this lesson. Make sure to watch Part 2 for the full story!"The Ohio Teacher Showcase Project highlights ways that Ohio...

Lesson Example: Storytelling & Creation Themes (Part 2)

Note: This video is Part 2 of this lesson. Make sure to watch Part 1 for the full story!"The Ohio Teacher Showcase Project highlights ways that Ohio...

Lesson Example: The Moral of the Story

"The Ohio Teacher Showcase Project highlights ways that Ohio teachers are using technology to support student learning of specific content from...

Lesson Example: Literature and Language Arts

EDSITEment is a website dedicated to the teaching of Humanities. It's also a wealth of knowledge and resources for any teacher. This specific...

MobyMax Writing Workshop

In the MobyMax Writing Workshop module, students are guided through each step of the writing process from rough draft to final project while...

Google Docs: Creating a New Doc

Google Docs is a word processing tool that, while very similar in layout to Microsoft Word, has additional features that make sharing and...

Digital Note Taking Strategies That Deepen Student Thinking

Note taking has been and will continue to be an essential part of student learning.  Interestingly, some research indicates that students actually...

A Step-By-Step Plan for Teaching Argumentative Writing

The ability to formulate an opinion and convincingly articulate that opinion is a vital skill we need to be teaching our students.  When we...