English Literature and EdTech

During my student days, I was fascinated by the works of William Shakespeare. I used to wait eagerly for English literature class to understand the hidden meaning behind The Bard’s words. I am thankful to all my professors and all the books that made me fall in love with English literatureContinue reading “English Literature and EdTech”


How to Make Language Class Engaging for Students

One thing I’m working on this year is making the boring learning exercises more fun. In a language class, it’s important to practice literacy. Students need to practice reading and writing in order but build vocabulary and practice grammatical structures. This used to mean reading a paragraph from the textbook or writing a paragraph on […]

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How to Improve Essay Writing

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Anthony Bernardo Founder & Owner of: Teachers-to-GO! Online Education Platform Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Education, Games, Successful Living and Writing Writer The best students enjoy writing essays more than anything because they can share and express their thoughts and ideas through words. They create a comprehensive argument about different topics—from simple to complex […]

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How to Use Memes in the Classroom


I might have stated this many times earlier, but here I go again – ‘Edtech is the present and future of education.’ With things becoming increasingly challenging for teachers to come up with something new to hold the attention of students, using memes in teaching lessons can be a great way to improve student engagement.  Continue reading “How to Use Memes in the Classroom”

4 Types of Assessment Writing

This post will look at several types of writing that are done for assessment purposes. In particular, we will look this from the four level of writing which are Imitative Intensive Responsive Extensive Imitative Imitative writing is focused strictly on the grammatical aspects of writing. The student simply reproduces what they see. This is a […]

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