Tag: Word Researcher

A female student leans back and plans out her writing assignment with a Windows 10 device on her lap and a stylus in hand.

How to reimagine the writing process with Microsoft in Education

Successful writers are not born.  They learn by doing.  They develop, practice, reflect.  They receive feedback and grow.  It's a process.  Teaching students the process is as important as the technical components of writing.  The process helps students learn how to grow from a good writer to a great one. In my seventeen years, teaching the writing process has slowly... Read more

Word Researcher displays an on-screen pane of information on the Hyacinth macaw, as reference in a paper being written on the Amazon Rainforest.

How the modern librarian is guiding research in the online era

Teaching proper research methods is about so much more than enabling students to turn in the perfect paper. When done thoroughly, it imbues them with the ability to evaluate resources for credibility, avoid misleading misinformation and mount a cogent argument. Teaching students how to research is about empowering them to think critically, both in the classroom today and... Read more