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A Woodsy Morning by Sharla Shults | The Write Room Blog

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Join me and let’s take a walk: A walk in the woods, a step back in time when I was adventurous and inquisitive. Picture this while opening your mind to discovery and reflection. . .

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5 Brilliant Poetry Apps for Students

5 Brilliant Poetry Apps for Students | Water the mind - READ | Scoop.it
5 great poetry apps for helping reluctant students get to grips with both reading and writing poetry.

 

Poetry is one of the areas of the curriculum in which it can be particularly challenging to engage and excite students, with teachers sometimes battling the unfounded stereotype that poems are ‘old-fashioned’ or ‘uncool’, or that it is ‘embarrassing’ or too hard to write your own.

 

Nowhere is the influx of edtech tools more apt and invigorating than in such situations, and a wealth of exciting new apps suitable for iPads, tablets and mobile phones is bringing poetry to life for a whole new generation of students!

Poetry is one of the areas of the curriculum in which it can be particularly challenging to engage and excite students, with teachers sometimes battling the unfounded stereotype that poems are ‘old-fashioned’ or ‘uncool’, or that it is ‘embarrassing’ or too hard to write your own.

Nowhere is the influx of edtech tools more apt and invigorating than in such situations, and a wealth of exciting new apps suitable for iPads, tablets and mobile phones is bringing poetry to life for a whole new generation of students!

- See more at: http://www.fractuslearning.com/2012/11/21/poetry-apps-for-students/#sthash.rw4mzxeH.dpuf

Poetry is one of the areas of the curriculum in which it can be particularly challenging to engage and excite students, with teachers sometimes battling the unfounded stereotype that poems are ‘old-fashioned’ or ‘uncool’, or that it is ‘embarrassing’ or too hard to write your own.

Nowhere is the influx of edtech tools more apt and invigorating than in such situations, and a wealth of exciting new apps suitable for iPads, tablets and mobile phones is bringing poetry to life for a whole new generation of students!

- See more at: http://www.fractuslearning.com/2012/11/21/poetry-apps-for-students/#sthash.rw4mzxeH.dpuf

Poetry is one of the areas of the curriculum in which it can be particularly challenging to engage and excite students, with teachers sometimes battling the unfounded stereotype that poems are ‘old-fashioned’ or ‘uncool’, or that it is ‘embarrassing’ or too hard to write your own.

Nowhere is the influx of edtech tools more apt and invigorating than in such situations, and a wealth of exciting new apps suitable for iPads, tablets and mobile phones is bringing poetry to life for a whole new generation of students!

- See more at: http://www.fractuslearning.com/2012/11/21/poetry-apps-for-students/#sthash.rw4mzxeH.dpuf

Poetry is one of the areas of the curriculum in which it can be particularly challenging to engage and excite students, with teachers sometimes battling the unfounded stereotype that poems are ‘old-fashioned’ or ‘uncool’, or that it is ‘embarrassing’ or too hard to write your own.

Nowhere is the influx of edtech tools more apt and invigorating than in such situations, and a wealth of exciting new apps suitable for iPads, tablets and mobile phones is bringing poetry to life for a whole new generation of students!

- See more at: http://www.fractuslearning.com/2012/11/21/poetry-apps-for-students/#sthash.rw4mzxeH.dpuf
Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa) , Sheri Fresonke Harper, MARY HELEN FERRIS
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Wonderful way to open up the world of poetry in education!

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Amanda Long's curator insight, July 10, 2013 2:20 PM

Great and very interactive!