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December 12, 2014

Teaching Student Reporters to Live Tweet

Teach kids to tell stories in 140 characters or less. Imagine the power of concise communication while documenting special school events or every day life.

October 31, 2014

Developing Student Leadership

Advising a student publication takes perseverance, anyone who does it wouldn't argue that point. Empowering student leaders to be responsible for managing set publication sometimes requires a pep talk. Check this one out.

October 17, 2014

Why Schools Need Google Drive

Every school should use Google Drive if they aren't already. Read why this is an essential educational tool for all students and teachers to use.

October 13, 2014

Helping Students Develop Voice While Blogging

Blogging is a unique format that can help students really fine tune their public writing voice. Find out how.

October 10, 2014

Empowering Students to Provide Peer Feedback

What if we gave students the skills to empower them to help each other? How might that look? How could it change the dynamic in our classrooms?

August 27, 2014

Reading to Connect

Good books are a portal to understanding humanity and if we use them well, we help teach kids to think and write beyond their perceived limitations. Learn how reading can be your "in" to even the most resistant learners.

July 30, 2014

Developing the Draft, the #1st5days of Learning

Choose relationships over rules in the beginning days of school in order to emphasize the priority of learning in the classroom. Allow students to be empowered by the choices you make, this day and every day.

July 27, 2014

A New Year, A New Draft

What will your first draft of this school year look like? Explore ideas for student empowerment and growth to establish a culture for learning in your classroom that starts in the #1st5days but will carry through 'til the end.

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