book review

She’s Got to Have It: 10 Ways to Promote a Book

Promoting a book is the one thing all authors should do to help get it to potential readers. But what does that mean? Erika Hoffman shares 10 ways to promote a book she used that are usable by other authors. “I’m sorry for wasting your ...

Slides, Forms, and Mountains – The Week in Review

Good evening from Oregon where I had a great day traveling from Portland to Bend for the Oregon SHAPE conference. It was my first time presenting at a conference dedicated to health and physical… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4Teach...

Lesson Plan Submit – A Handy Tool for Reviewing Lesson Plans

Lesson Plan Submit is a Google Docs add-on that is designed to make it easy for student-teachers or teachers to submit lesson plans for someone else to review. That other person could be another… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4Teach...

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Reading to Write: Looking for Recommended Books

To preface this, I lost my passion for reading about five years ago in my freshman year but I’ve aspired to be a writer almost all my life. I’ve stuck to spoken word for about three years, but I want to really get into story writing ins...

The Week in Review – It’s Pumpkin Season!

Good morning from Maine where it is looking and feeling like fall a little more every day. Last Sunday afternoon I did my first round of leaf removal and I’ll be doing another one this weekend. You… Read the whole entry at FreeT...

Win Chromebooks and ISTE Registration in Book Creator’s “A Better Future” Contest

Book Creator is a popular tool for creating multimedia ebooks on an iPad or in the Chrome web browser. Students can use Book Creator to create ebooks that include pictures, text, voice, video, maps,… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4T...

WriteReader Adds New Page Styles for Students to Create eBooks

WriteReader is one of go-to tools for elementary school and middle school students to use to create multimedia ebooks. I’ve been using it since its launch a few years ago and it has only gotten better… Read the whole entry at Fr...

Mind Maps, Rubrics, and Cats – The Month in Review

Good evening from Maine where the sun is setting on a busy month of September. Between webinars, working on a book, and taking over a computer science program the posting here was a little less… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4Teache...

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Putting An Homage To The Book/Author That Inspired My Book At The End?

You mention that book a lot. It’s great that it inspired you, but I would advise including it or any nod to it in your own book. I’m assuming your book is set in the future, maybe not even on earth. Didn’t that book come o...

The Week in Review – Social Studies, Search, and Computer Science

Good morning from Maine where summer is having one last hurrah! After temperatures in the 30’s (Fahrenheit) earlier this week it’s going to be sunny and 80 degrees today. I plan to get my kids outside… Read the whole entry...

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