Tip of the Week – Six Great Ways to Publish Student Work

While the post comes from a Social Studies teacher, the publishing techniques described can be used in all subjects and for all ages.  Check these out before you design your next unit lesson plan…

We know that the world is moving online and that to prepare our kids for that world, we need to train them to use that world’s tools. We know that publishing student work beyond the classroom encourages authentically engaged kids who create high-quality work. We know that integration of writing and visuals increases cognitive activity.

Yeah. So?

So we need to be publishing more student work online. But where and how?

LINK: Tip of the Week – Six Great Ways to Publish Student Work.

Post Source: History Tech

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