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If you’re a PEG Writing user, you know that one of the benefits of using the program is its flexibility in the classroom. As we mentioned in our last post, you can incorporate PEG Writing into any technology scenario.
But did you also know that you can use PEG Writing even when you’re not in the classroom?
Teachers and students around the country have been and are heading back to school. The beginning of the school year is full of promise, with everyone setting goals for their classrooms and schools. Make sure you set your students up for writing success this year! These tools and resources will give you everything from prompt ideas to publication options.
The US Women's National Team is on its way to the Women's World Cup finals, and we couldn't be more excited! The team's success has a lot to do with practice, team work, and determination, much like writing.
Like writing, you ask? What does the Women's World Cup have to do with writing? Because writing requires all of those elements, too!
This day is focused on keeping kids learning during the summer to prevent the dreaded summer slide. In honor of Summer Learning Day, we have compiled previous PEG Writing posts that are full of prompts, stimulus material, and activities to keep kids busy all summer! If you've missed these before, now is your chance to try one (or all) of websites and exercises listed below.
How can PEG Writing help my students practice their writing and help me save time?
That's one of the questions we frequently hear when talking to teachers and administrators around the country. Other concerns include the fact that PEG Writing is not aligned to a specific test preparation program, nor can districts input their own testing rubrics. So how does it actually save time in the classroom?