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A Box Full of Words, by Dave Smith

Today we present to you observations from Writers Forum member Dave Smith My email box overflows with words and phrases and word/phrase games these days because of my frugal nature—I like free stuff. I’m addicted, like the old saying, ...

The Dos and Don’ts of the Best Student Resume and Cover Letter

On a job hunt right now? The job market is understandably not great, which makes having the best student resume possible a must. We pulled this article out of the SLN archives you have an easy-to-follow list of dos and don’ts when craftin...

Spaces Digital Portfolios Emphasize Feedback and Growth

Disclosure: Spaces is an advertiser on this blog.  A couple of months ago I published a detailed overview of a digital portfolio platform called Spaces. In that blog post I emphasized the capability of Spaces to be used for Asynchronou...

5 Ideas for Using Threadit in School

This is an excerpt of my full article that I published on my other site, Practical Ed Tech.  Threadit is Google’s new tool for recording webcam and screencast videos. The best way to think of it is as “Google Docs meets Fli...

What Your Teacher Really Thinks of You: Confessions of a Grumpy Prof

Ok, listen up. I have a message for the students of Canada and I hear this is the place to get it read. Editor’s Note: This is one of our favourite articles from years past. And considering how frustrated everyone has been with the school...

Synth Relaunches With a Renewed Focus on Asynchronous Audio Conversations

This week Synth released an updated user interface and a renewed focus on helping teachers and students engage in asynchronous audio conversations. In this post I’ll provide an overview of what Synth does, what has been updated in its...

Writing Podcast: The Creative Nonfiction Podcast

Welcome to the next installment of Writing Podcast at Writers Forum. Another great podcast I regularly listen to for writers is The Creative Nonfiction Podcast. I found this podcast a few years ago when I was looking for podcasts on nonfict...

Lessons From ‘The Freebird’s Dilemma

Today I share the most important lesson that I learned from writing ‘The Freebird’s Dilemma.’ I wrote “The Freebird’s Dilemma” in 1992 as a submission to Bridges, the Los Medanos College literary publication. That wa...

Member Monday: The Freebird’s Dilemma, by George Parker

Today’s Member Monday submission is Part One of a two-parter. ‘The Freebird’s Dilemma’ is a story that I submitted to my college’s literary magazine in 1992. Tomorrow I will post the most important lesson that ...

Writing Podcast: Writing Roots

Have you ever listened to a writing podcast? If you haven’t yet, you might want to look into this convenient trove of writing advice and inspiration. ‘Podcast’ might sound like a foreign high-tech word to some, but it̵...

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