ELA Tag

National Poetry Month is a time to celebrate and appreciate the power of poetry. Poetry is often an element used in ELA classes, but teachers across the country put their creativity to the test and have seamlessly incorporated poetry in other subject areas. Here’s a glimpse into...

Whether it’s through assessment practices that ensure your students are on track, or creative lessons to make sure they have 21st century skills, as educators, we know you’re always thinking about prepping your students for the world that awaits them after graduation. Check out the two pieces...

Everyday when students walk into my classroom, as they find their seats and I walk around building relationships by commenting on unique statement tees, Skittles for breakfast, and the occasional sick child my students know to open up what I call a “Learning Target Tracker”...

Factitious This "fake news" game, created by Maggie Farley at the American University Game Lab, asks students to swipe left when they think an article presented to them is fake, and right when they believe it’s real. The game then provides feedback on the student's response,...