Monday, January 29, 2018

Digital Resources to Support English Language Educators and Students

"You are always a student, never a master. You have to keep moving forward." Conrad Hall

We are working on updating our web resources for different subject areas. This week the focus is on English Language Chrome and G Suite Resources for K-12 teachers and students. This is the working document.

If you have suggested resources or ideas can you share them with us using one or more of these options?


  1. I think you meant to change "Social Studies Classrooms" to "English Language Arts" in the paragraph headed "Document Objective"?

  2. Under "Navigation", the option to view the outline is under "view", not "tools".

    1. This changed recently and we have not caught up to it in all our Docs. Thanks again!

  3. Done. Thanks for catching this. The front page is a template for several of these and we sometimes miss a word or 2. Thanks!

  4. Add NoodleTools under Writing, Research, Citation. We like it much better than EasyBib for supporting thoughtful research and citations. All-in-one tool for source citation, carefully planned notecards, exportable outlining, integration with Google accounts, teachers can comment and provide templates...


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