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16 Writing Apps for Students & Teachers
posted by: Alana | June 10, 2016, 10:46 am   

 

Writing is an essential skill all students should develop regardless of the professions they aspire to pursue. One day, some of your students will be trying to write the best dissertation, and some of them may even depend on writing skills for their paycheck. Whatever path they choose, they will inevitably come across a writing task. That’s why you need to pay close attention to their writingskills, regardless of their current writing level.

 

Teaching students how to write can be problematic for students that hate writing, so you’ll have to find a way to make this skill attractive to them.

 

Here are 16 tablet and smartphone apps that will help you do just that…

 

 
Have You Read Our Code of Ethics?
posted by: Alana | June 03, 2016, 05:18 pm   

 

Though there are many things that make AAE-NWPE members stand out from members of other educator associations, perhaps the greatest difference is that AAE-NWPE member teachers subscribe to the AAE Code of Ethics.

 

 
Member Spotlight: The Tale of NWPE Member Dr. Angie Dorman & Friendship of Epic Proportions
posted by: Alana | June 03, 2016, 05:14 pm   

 

NWPE member Dr. Angie Dorman is an esteemed historian, author, and national awarding-winning educator from the small rural town of Warden, Washington, who brings extraordinary experience to the classroom.

 

 
Six Simple Steps To Help Students Own Their Own Learning
posted by: Cindy Omlin | June 01, 2016, 04:31 pm   

Guest Post By Tim Elmore of GrowingLeaders.com

 
Bradley Hansen on his charter teaching experience
posted by: Cindy Omlin | June 01, 2016, 12:58 pm   


NWPE member Bradley Hansen teaches at
Xavier Charter School in Twin Falls, Idaho. According to its website, Xavier Charter Schools are dedicated to providing a classical, intellectually rigorous, content-rich, liberal arts education preparing students to excel in every duty and guiding them toward wisdom and virtue by implementing a classical curriculum which includes the humanities and classical sciences with music, drama, visual art, and dance as core subjects.  Mr. Hansen offers his perspective on working in a public charter school.

 
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