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Bright Ideas for Student-Centered Learning

3 Unconventional Updates to Your District’s Writing Curriculum

By Tatum Travers October 17, 2017

“Writing instruction 30 years ago was a relatively simple affair: The typical assignment consisted of a few sentences ...

How to Teach Writing like a Bestselling Author

By Sarah Guckert May 12, 2017

Jodi Picoult, Laraine Herring, and Jen Bryant offer advice on how educators can inspire students to write and open minds to the world outside the classroom

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Solving 5 Common Challenges of Writing Instruction

By Tatum Travers May 5, 2017

By the time they reach 8th grade, only 24% of US students are proficient writers. In this infographic, find 5 solutions for building stronger writers.

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Taking Risks in the Classroom with Jennie Magiera

By eSpark Learning March 16, 2017

Jennie Magiera began her career as a teacher at Chicago Public Schools and then served as the Digital Learning Coordinator for the Academy For Urban School ...

3 Digital Resources for Black History Month

By Tatum Travers February 10, 2017

In honor of Black History Month, we're highlighting a few of our favorite apps, activities, and videos that celebrate African American history and achievement.

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