EssayTagger.com - Transform assessment, transform education
What is EssayTagger? EssayTagger is a web-based tool that helps you grade your essays faster by eliminating the repetitive and inefficient aspects of grading papers. You'll be able to speed up your grading process without sacrificing the quality of the feedback you give to your students. EssayTagger is not an auto-grader. You still do all the grading yourself, but now you can do it faster! No software to install
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#BookSnaps – How-To-Videos and Examples – Be REAL
During this short vlog, I discuss the power, impact, and science of #BookSnaps. #BookSnaps ISTE 2017 Ignite Create #BookSnaps with Snapchat App Create #BookSnaps with Seesaw App
It is important for students to know how to write a conclusion, whether to drive the final point home or to transition to the next point. Writing a conclusion clinches everything mentioned in a paragraph. A conclusion may restate the claim in the topic sentence, but now it has all the supporting details behind it.
Strengthening democracy through private enterprise and market oriented reform
Sparking Debate on Economic Policy in Nepal Samriddhi wins an award at the Asia Liberty Forum in Kuala Lumpur. By Sarita Sapkota, Samriddhi In the annual Asia Liberty Forum in Malaysia this year, Atlas Network presented the Asia Liberty Award to Samriddhi for its ‘Econ-ity’ initiative.
Productivity, Guest Columnist
When you have a presentation to make, it's tempting to ask yourself right away, "What am I going to say? How much information can I fit into the allotted time? Which visuals should I use?" So, you may immediately dive into the process of selecting material, developing an outline, creating slides and rehearsing content.
22 killer keyboard shortcuts (and a challenge!) for busy educators
Keyboard shortcuts can save minutes — which add up to hours and days. If you’re looking to save time, these shortcuts can help. (Public domain image via Pixabay.com) Hunting and clicking is so slow.
Dr. Rod Ellis: TESOL Written Corrective Feedback - matbury.com
Professor Rod Ellis, gave a presentation which is available on YouTube.com. In it, he focuses on written corrective feedback. I’ve written a basic summary below. Get a drink, a snack, your notebook, make yourself comfortable and enjoy an allusive, informative explanation of the current state of affairs regarding written corrective feedback; the types and strategies, what we know, what we don’t know and what we should do. Running time: 1:09:08 Why do we give written corrective feedback?
gnitive Differences Between Adults & Children
Author: Jeff Durham - Updated: 15 September 2012| Comment There’s an old saying that goes “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” and, whether you believe that or not, the same principle cannot be applied to humans. In fact, adults can learn just as easily as children but there are several basic differences between what works effectively for adults and what works best for children. Experience Of Life
Reading Activities for Students Using Book Creator
How do your students respond to reading in your classroom? Well, this summer I’ve teamed up with the folks at Book Creator for a handful of special events. One of the webinars I hosted this summer focuses on reading activities for students.
Text Content Analyser
Generate text statistics and analyse the content of a text. Use our free text analysis tool to generate a range of statistics about a text and calculate its readability scores. Adam "I simply wanted to thank you on the great text analyser and its robustness.