Monthly Archives: November 2015

How to Have a Brainstorming Session with DotStorming

Are you looking for ways and tools to have a rewarding brainstorming session? Well, DotStorming is just the tool you are looking for. A great platform, DotStorming allows users to conduct online brainstorming sessions.

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7 Good Sources of Writing Prompts to Kick-Start Your Creativity

Are you suffering from writer’s block? Did your teacher give you a creative writing assignment? The most significant and underrated factor in a writer’s success is discipline. Luck and talent is always there to help, but having a constant writing … Continue reading

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Blogging to meet Common Core Standards

If you teach in the United States, you are required to tie your learning activities to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The CCSS sets high expectations for student success by outlining the skill set that students should master at … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Use Mindmaps for Creativity

Today, almost everyone is looking for constant growth and development, in both their personal and professional life. One of the most important elements that contribute to development is creativity. You need to be creative in developing new thoughts, ideas and … Continue reading

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7 Dangerous Apps Parents Should Know About

Everyday there is a different app being created for iOS and Android devices. It is almost impossible to keep up with the latest.  Although I am no longer a classroom teacher, I work in a middle school as a technology … Continue reading

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