#TechTuesday: Bring Blogging to Class with EduBlogs

One of my favorite school experiences was when my 8th-grade teacher encouraged us to create our own blogs on Xanga, an early-2000's service that sadly went the way of Myspace- still around, but no longer relevant. I loved the experience because the creativity and the freedom to post about things that mattered to me were … Continue reading #TechTuesday: Bring Blogging to Class with EduBlogs

15 Reasons Why You Should Try NaNoWriMo With Your Students

National Novel Writing Month, an annual November event, encourages aspiring writers all over the world to write a novel in just 30 days. The success of hundreds of thousands of writers all over the world attempting to write 50,000 words in a month led to the creation of the Young Writers Program, a non-profit organization … Continue reading 15 Reasons Why You Should Try NaNoWriMo With Your Students

How National Novel Writing Month Kickstarted My Teaching

National Novel Writing Month is, without a doubt, the biggest project I have undertaken in my teaching career thus far. While I have been familiar with NaNoWriMo since my early 20's, and I knew of the Young Writers Program in passing, I more or less jumped into the unit head-first with only a basic, general … Continue reading How National Novel Writing Month Kickstarted My Teaching