Fed up seeing poor quality writing from your students? Stuck practising skills every day? Transform your lessons with these 15 easy classroom ideas for real-world writing outcomes.
Could unconscious bias affect how you mark and respond to student work? Find out what it is, why it's a problem, and ways you can prevent unconscious bias damaging the support you offer groups of learners in your class.
Writing clearly and concisely is no easy feat. Many people have a tendency to "overwrite," and it's hard to know how to edit. That's where the Paramedic Method comes in.
Let's make grammar great again! Here are 10 easy ideas to use in your classroom to make learning fun, effective, and memorable.
Are you thinking of setting up a school newspaper but worried about the added workload it brings? We share 7 essential tips to help you successfully launch a newspaper without sacrificing your free time.
Still teaching reading with text extracts? Here's why you need to start using whole novels in your classroom. We've got 7 creative ideas to help you get it right.
Slow Writing is the simple way to banish boring creative writing. We explain how it works, share examples, and outline the benefits you'll see in your classroom.
Teaching narrative writing in high school? Find out how to make your lessons engaging and boost written outcomes with this essential guide.
Are your instructors always giving you the same feedback on your essays? Watch this webinar replay to find out how you can use a free ProWritingAid account to cut out unnecessary fluff from your essays to make them more effective.
As teachers, we've all had dreams of teaching a class full of writing enthusiasts come the start of the new school year. Sometimes, though, we hit a few more roadblocks than we might have hoped. In this webinar, we'll demonstrate how you can use ProWritingAid in the classroom to make teaching writing interactive and empowering for students.
Your thesis statement is one of the most important parts of your essay, but it doesn't have to be daunting. Here are three easy steps for crafting a fantastic thesis statement.
Don't expect your students to automatically know what good writing looks like. Find out how modelled writing can help them see exactly what you want with this essential teacher's guide.
Are you a grad thinking about submitting work to academic journals? It can be a daunting process if you're not used to it. On August 20, the ProWritingAid community joined Dr, Lindy Ledohowski as she gave practical tips for writing various sections of scholarly pieces, as well as first-hand guidance for the submission, revision, and publication process for most peer-reviewed journals. Watch the replay now.
The word ‘diversity’ holds a different meaning for everyone. When you’re teaching a class with kids of different races, cultures, or beliefs, it’s important to make sure that every student feels like they belong there. Here are some tips from educator and Digital Account Manager at Edarabia.com, Fazreen Razeek.
Levelled text systems provide children with a unique opportunity to start reading based on their own readiness and pace. Teachers have the option to use one or more systems. This article discusses what they are and how to use them in your classroom.