Maybe your school or district is now turning to take-home exams. Perhaps your college or university has decided to have you write exams at home. Awesome, right? You'll have your notes and be able to write in the comfort of your home. But remember: it's still an exam and you'll still want to prepare. So here are strategies to make sure you ace those take-home exams!
Educators are finding themselves asked not only to be experts in their fields, not only to care about teaching and learning, but also to (quite suddenly!) translate their expertise in the classroom into exciting and equitable online lessons and exams. It's a tall order. So we have some quick and dirty tricks to help educators with writing take-home exams, especially with essay or long-answer type questions.
Did you know the essay-writing you learn in school can easily be adapted to blog writing? The skills of being able to explain and describe something that teachers teach around the world when they teach essay-writing skills are actually the same skills you need to become "blog famous". Let's show you how.
Did you ever dream about becoming an author? Do you want to share your stories with other people? Do you want to get into building stories for video games when you grow up? Maybe you want to go to Hollywood and get into making movies. All of these start with learning the simple building blocks of story-writing. Want to learn how? Here's how to get started...
EssayJack is an interactive web platform with a patented solution that pre-structures student essays, reduces writing anxiety, and allows educator customization and feedback. Ranked as one of the top English Language teaching digital innovations in the world by the British Council and Cambridge English, EssayJack was created by award-winning educators and can be customized for almost any writing task.