Looking for a way to get your students writing? Blogging allows them to reach a wider audience, work on their writing and communication skills, and provides an interactive platform where students can read each other’s’ work and provide feedback.
The Student Blogging Challenge is starting soon! It is a great way to connect your students with a global audience while developing their blogging skills.
Source: Join the 2017 Student Blogging Challenge – Starts October 1 – The Edublogger
I think this is an awesome idea! I’ll need to take a look at the curriculum provided by NaNoWriMo, but I’d bet you could cover most of the English curriculum through writing a novel. What a great way to give students some real-world experience and a great skill at the same time.
Students and teachers are able to improve their writing skills by taking on a big assignment: write a novel.
Source: How Writing Novels Expands Students’ Expectations of Themselves | MindShift | KQED News
Check out the work being done by one of our students!
Interesting; I wonder how it relates to classroom color and student productivity…
How Office Color Affects Productivity – The Muse.
Interesting…I think the deficiencies of laptop note-taking are only compounded when you don;t actually know how to type.
Why you should take notes by hand — not on a laptop – Vox.
Here’s an interesting way to allow students to work collaboratively with Quizlet.
Instructional Fluency: Collaborative Card Decks with Quizlet.
Some things you might not know about the capabilities of OneNote.
How to Use OneNote at School: 10 Tips for Students. from makeuseof.com