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On Writing and Riding: The Importance of Foundation

Both writing and riding can be challenging to master. Here, Kari Bovée explains how revisiting your foundation of study and practice can help you advance your natural writing skills and rediscover your passion for the craft, much in the sa...

Calendar Competition: The Manageable Hack To Long-Term Health And Fitness

I’m noticing a peculiar trend on my Instagram feed: people flip-flopping between two states of fitness. One state is motivated/healthy, a.k.a. #LivingMyBestLife. The other state is stagnant/unhealthy, a.k.a. #DontCare. Look, I get it. It...

5 PD Webinars in One Package

Throughout the year I offer many professional development webinars on PracticalEdTech.com. The sales of those webinars help to keep this blog running. This week I’ve been running a sale on PracticalEdTech.com webinars and many people ...

Not Brave, But Fearless: Author Harlan Ellison on Battling Internet Piracy and His Reputation as a Firebrand (A 2004 Interview)

Editor’s Note: Fantasy and science-fiction writer Harlan Ellison passed away on June 28, 2018, at the age of 84. In this interview with Ellison, published in May 2004 in Writer’s Digest, the firebrand writer discusses piracy during the ...

6 Easy Writing Exercises to Fuel Your Creativity

Feeling less than inspired? These six easy writing exercises will build core strength in your creative muscles, and they won’t take up much of your time. [This article originally appeared in Writer’s Digest magazine. Subscribe today to ...

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 442

For today’s prompt, write an ex poem. Of course, writing an ex-spouse or ex-job are fair game, but any words that start with “ex” should be good too. You don’t have to explain or extend an exacting explanation of how you decide to e...

How To Deal With Stress During Exams

Exams and stress. Name a more sinister duo. Kylo Ren and Emperor Snoke? Two-Face and The Joker? Thanos and Lady Death? It doesn’t matter if you’re heading into your first year or your final year: stress is inevitable. This is how it typ...

Flipgrid, Forms, and Accessibility – The Week in Review

Good evening from Maine where the sun has set on a nice summer day. The week was full of great summer weather and none better than the actual first day of summer on Thursday when my daughters and I played outside all day except for nap time...

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Creating characters from the LGBTQ+ spectrum

When I started my Doctor Who fanfic, I was committed to following the “promiscuous bisexual calling himself Captain Jack Harkness” / “promiscuous bisexual calling himself Captain John Hart” pattern by making my then-...

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 441

For today’s prompt, write a notice poem. A notice could be a warning about something. Or it could just be an informational type of notice. Or perhaps, you just noticed a person, place, or thing for the first time. ***** Get Published With...

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