Technology tips and teaching strategies aligned with PowerUp WHAT WORKS.
From cooking blogs to travel blogs, there is a blog on every topic—written by every kind of person, young and old. Why not your students? Writing blogs can help increase motivation for writing and help your students learn how to adapt their texts... More...
Can the the ELA CCSS inform the teaching of poetry? Does technology have a place in teaching poetry? The answer to both questions is a resounding “YES.” In terms of the CCSS, students must be able to determine the theme poem, as well as... More...
By teaching writing within the context of science instruction, you will be able to address three of the key shifts recommended by ELA CCSS. You can (1) build your students’ knowledge of science concepts, (2) ground their writing in evidence from... More...
What does it mean for your students to be computer literate? Is it enough for our students to simply know how to use a computer, or should they be able to also ”get under the hood?” Educators across the country and around the... More...
The writing process has three key steps: prewriting, drafting, and reviewing. Educators can check out PUWW resources in our content area sections for tips on instructional practices. To help students practice all aspects of writing, check out these... More...
President’s Day, is an “inclusive” celebration of all our nation’s presidents. Teach students about our nation’s leaders this month by incorporating history into all aspects of your classroom. Get your class interested with an introduction by... More...
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