Teacher-Authors: Here’s What’s Going on at my Education Blog
Teacher-authors

Teacher-Authors: Here’s What’s Going on at my Education Blog

This column shares the most popular posts from my Ask a Tech Teacher blog this past month: Here’s a great list of Special Needs websites. Click the link for an updated library: Occupational Therapy–a long list of great apps including stress, social skills building, and more Read&Write–for students with dyslexia or English language learners who … Continue reading

NaNoWriMo’s Young Writers Program
Teacher-authors / writing

NaNoWriMo’s Young Writers Program

A warm welcome to Sean Clark, Instructional Aide, and first time guest on WordDreams. He’s a Teacher-Author with a wonderful experience tro share, involving his students and November’s NaNoWriMo Young Writers Program: School-age kids these days are bridging huge linguistic and literary gaps almost every day: reading books checked out from the school library, but … Continue reading

Teacher-Authors: Here’s What’s Going on at my Education Blog
Teacher-authors

Teacher-Authors: Here’s What’s Going on at my Education Blog

On my Ask a Tech Teacher blog, education during the pandemic still dominates teacher’s and parent’s thoughts. If you’re either (besides being a writer and having that day job–I know about those multiple hats!), you’ll enjoy these suggestions for making this work: Corona virus has been difficult not just for teachers and students but for … Continue reading