Daily Archives: April 30, 2016


Three Things You Didn’t Know About Gamification

In recent history, gamification has overhauled the way most major corporations do business. You may have noticed that you literally cannot buy yourself a soda without being opted into some kind of gamified rewards system. As of late, educators have been joining the gamification party en masse – which can be a very a good […]


Three Strategies You’ll Love For Common Core NonFiction

Since its inception, the Common Core has urged educators to incorporate informational and non-fiction texts into curricula across the board. With next-generation assessments coming down the pike, English teachers across the country have collectively white-knuckled their grips on the literary cannon in fear that a deranged Common Core nonfiction bandit might sneak into their bookrooms […]