Blog

Jess Zafarris: Author Spotlight

Author spotlights (like this one with Jess Zafarris, author of Once Upon a Word: A Word-Origin Dictionary for Kids from Rockridge Press) are a great way to learn how other authors are finding success. Jess Zafarris Jess Zafarris is the auth...

New Agent Alert: Maria Rogers of Tobias Literary Agency

Literary agent alerts (this one is with Maria Rogers of Tobias Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. Maria Rogers Bio: Originally hailin...

Rubrics and Originality Reports in Google Classroom

Last week Google announced that Originality Reports in Google Classroom would soon be available to all users with the limitation that you could only run three reports unless your school subscribes to… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4...

Creative Strength – A Student Video Contest

Creative Strength is the title of the latest Next Vista for Learning video contest. Like previous Next Vista contests, this one is open to students and teachers. There is a category for… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4Teachers.com&n...

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 512

Every Wednesday, Robert Lee Brewer shares a prompt and an example poem to get things started on the Poetic Asides blog. This week, write a disappointment poem. For today’s prompt, write a disappointment poem. I want you to look over past ...

How Much Should Writers Charge Per Word or Per Project?

How much should writers charge per word or per project? How can they figure out the correct rates to charge clients? We look at these questions here. Recently, I saw a job posting for freelancers “with initiative” to curate content on s...

Vortex by ClassTools – Create Your Own Sorting Game

Vortex is the latest game template published by ClassTools. Vortex lets you create an online game in which players have to sort words or phrases into up to four categories. Vortex replaces the Dust… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4Te...

How to Use Microsoft Forms to Collect Files

In this week’s Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week I featured three ways to create online forms to collect files from students. One of those options is to use Microsoft Forms. With Microsoft Forms you… Read the whole entry at Free...

Who Are Your Favorite Authors? (From Our Readers)

As Writer’s Digest celebrates its 100th anniversary, the editors want to know, Who are your favorite authors? Comment for a chance at publication in a future post on the website or in an issue of the magazine. In 2020, Writer’s Digest i...

How to Create an Online Sorting Activity Using Google Sheets

Flippity is a great source of templates for making online games, flashcards, and quizzes. Recently, Flippity added a new template that makes it easy to create an online sorting activity based on… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4Teach...

Page 1 of 35412345...102030...Last »

Share on Social Media