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5 Tips for Integrating Source Credibility Activities Into...

Here are 5 tips from a veteran classroom teacher on how to effectively bring source...

How to Talk About Plagiarism When it Comes to Pop Culture

How can educators address plagiarism through a pop culture lens? These days it seems you can’t...

Cupids in Your Classroom

Five ways that you know cupids have visited your classroom, spreading love and cheer.

Three Ways to Engage Families in Student Learning

Family engagement contributes greatly to student success and student outcomes in school. Here...

Should Classrooms Teach Alternate Citation Methods?

Students will often learn various citation standards as they narrow their academic focus, but...

The Importance of Feedback Loops Within the Writing Process

Formative feedback is maximized when it occurs within the writing process as opposed to solely...

What Can Assessment Do for Student Learning?

Assessment is a critical junction for learning, because there is a wealth of information in...

Look For the Helpers in the Battle Against Contract Cheating

This year, Tracey Bretag and Cath Ellis were named by Times Higher Education as...

Another Way for Students to Look at Tests

“Tests” feel like tricks and traps set up to catch the weak points. On the other hand, an...