As more of my students have submitted AI-generated work, I’ve gotten better at recognizing it.
Digital tools and computer-assisted instruction are among the writing instruction strategies that work in middle and high school, according to a new study
Jane Rosenzweig sees potential for AI in the future but is critical of many of its current classroom applications.
The Help me write tool is built into Google Docs for select users, providing ease of access that could make AI writing even more widespread
Scientist-turned-writing teacher Brandon R. Brown’s new book provides a blueprint for better STEM writing at all levels
Through Written Out Loud, screenwriter Joshua Shelov shares the collaborative storytelling methods he developed with schools online and in person
AI writing tools are widely available and getting better every day. Your students may already be using them.
The Week Junior makes current events accessible for children in an engaging and confidence inspiring way.
Adobe Creative Cloud Express is here to replace Spark as the ultimate way to design banners, flyers and more with ease.
Hypothes.is lets you annotate the internet making all information more freely accessible for deeper use.
TeachingBooks is a collection of resources about books and authors for use by students and teachers.