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  • Blog - Thursday 20 February 2020 5 Tips for Integrating Source Credibility Activities Into Your Curriculum

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

  • Virtual Event - Wednesday 28 October 2015 Webinar: Wikipedia in the Classroom

    Students use Wikipedia — but have you ever thought of asking them to contribute content to Wikipedia? In this presentation, LiAnna Davis from the Wiki Education Foundation will explain best practices for using Wikipedia as a teaching tool.

  • Lesson - Wednesday 1 August 2018 Paraphrasing Practice Presentation

    This presentation may be presented as a game or guided practice. Read the Notes section in the presentation to brainstorm more ideas for implementation. There is also a template available to customize with relevant classroom...

  • One-Pager - Monday 19 August 2019 10 Lesson Seeds to Practice Writing in the STEM Classroom

    Explore activities that strengthen both writing skills and STEM concepts.

  • QuickMarks - Thursday 15 March 2018 Narrative Expressions

    The QuickMark comments are commonly used or standard editing marks that instructors can utilize when editing and grading papers in Feedback Studio. Offer students feedback in a unique way with the Narrative Expressions set of...

  • Blog - Tuesday 13 August 2019 5 Solid Ways to Introduce Feedback Studio

    Here are five helpful tips on how to bring Turnitin Feedback Studio to your classroom in an interesting and purposeful way this year.

  • Blog - Friday 6 March 2020 5 Pioneering Women in STEM Whose Work Won The Nobel Prize

    These five women created Nobel Prize winning work in the sciences, and I never learned about them in the classroom.

  • Rubric - Thursday 12 September 2019 Y7-9 Historical Analysis Rubric

    Rubric for writing that rigorously analyses historical sources.

  • Rubric - Friday 30 March 2018 6th Grade Argumentative Writing Rubric

    Offer 6th-grade students a standards-aligned structure for argumentative writing with this educator-developed rubric for Feedback Studio.

  • Virtual Event - Wednesday 28 October 2015 Webinar: Improvisation and Plagiarism

    For many teachers and students, the discussion of plagiarism centers on the dos and don'ts and the consequences for violating integrity policies. Instead of solely focusing on this negative classroom dynamic, Teresa "Teddi" Fishman is...