We are SO excited to be exhibiting again! It’s been a while, and we sorely missed connecting with brilliant educators face-to-face. There is no doubt that education has changed drasticallyContinue reading “Why teachers should go to conferences (now more than ever)”
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How Journaling Made Me a Stronger and Healthier Student
When I was in 8th grade, I hated going to my English class. I hated it for two reasons: It was the last class of the day and the onlyContinue reading “How Journaling Made Me a Stronger and Healthier Student”
Overcoming Obstacles to Good Writing Instruction
We know that teachers face so many obstacles in their classrooms every day: Curriculum Evaluations Assessments Student Behavior Lack of time, support, and resources When it comes to writing instruction,Continue reading “Overcoming Obstacles to Good Writing Instruction”
Productivity is in the Planning
I am a procrastinator. I have a warped sense of time. I am perpetually late. I am so easily distracted. I am a social butterfly. And sometimes, I have aContinue reading “Productivity is in the Planning”
Make the American Rescue Plan work for YOU!
It’s a Hard Time to Be a StudentIt’s a fact that the Covid-19 pandemic has had a substantial impact on students over the last 18 months. From school closures andContinue reading “Make the American Rescue Plan work for YOU!”
MI’s brand new writing Tutor, perfect for anyone!
This pandemic has had a serious impact on all of us, some more than others. Many people have been laid off and looking for another job for months. High schoolContinue reading “MI’s brand new writing Tutor, perfect for anyone!”
AI and Machine Learning: A Teaching Superhero’s Secret Weapon
By: Kevin Humphrey, guest writer When I first started writing this post, the world was still normal. We still shook hands, hugged, went out to restaurants, bars, and live performances,Continue reading “AI and Machine Learning: A Teaching Superhero’s Secret Weapon”
In the Words of Ross Gellar: PIVOT!
PIVOT – the word for the 2020-2021 school year. There are also words and phrases like learning loss, zoombombing, unstable connection, and asynchronous. This past year has introduced a whole newContinue reading “In the Words of Ross Gellar: PIVOT!”
Conquer eLearning Days with MI Write
Snow storms. Ice. Hurricanes. Flooding. Heatwaves. Inclement weather can keep teachers and students out of school for days on end. We know that those hours must be made up, butContinue reading “Conquer eLearning Days with MI Write”