Teaching writing online can be a dream job for professional writers. This article shows you how to prepare yourself and hunt for online writing teaching jobs, and what to do just in case you want to go on your own.
It's hard to teach students how to write a cohesive essay. The DBQ Project has a simple method that can help all students understand how to write an essay that stays on-topic. Learn what a baby thesis is and how to use it in your classroom.
You can forget what you were taught in school – it is okay to start a sentence with "and" or "but" after all. Here's why.
You don't need a PhD to become a successful academic editor. With earnest effort, any scrupulous editor will be able to tackle academic editing sooner rather than later. This article tells you how.
If you're looking for more ways to incorporate writing in your social studies classroom, we're here to help. Check out these tips for writing activities in your classes.
To write good papers, develop good outlines. Follow these tips to make your academic life easier.
Paragraphs are the building blocks of your writing. But how do you know when to start and stop a paragraph? We've got the answers to effective paragraph structure.
Learn everything you need to know about caricature. This comprehensive explanation comes complete with examples and definition. Perfect for writers, students, and educators alike.
Do you find the prospect of a virtual classroom overwhelming? Read these 6 tips from online teachers and get comfortable with the idea.
Schools around the world are transitioning to remote or distance-learning in response to Covid-19. Here are the tools you should use to make remote learning effective.
Empathy vs Sympathy: are you confused? Here's a simple guide to help you tell the difference.
Does your class use double negatives in their writing? Find out more about common errors and why they cost students marks in exams.
Confused by similes and metaphors? Find out the difference, along with common mistakes to avoid when using them in your writing.
Getting your class to write consistently in the same verb tense can be a challenge. Find out why they're getting it wrong and learn simple tips to use in your classroom.