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Unplag Unveils The Demo Presentation of Its New Solution for Educators

Unicheck Unveils The Demo Presentation of Its New Solution for Educators

At Unicheckwe continue to improve and expand our services to meet the growing and evolving needs of our customers. That’s why we unveil the demo presentation of our new free Solution for Teachers today. We invite educators all over the globe to share their valuable feedback on a new solution and its features and on how the service can be improved.

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10 Online Courses for Teachers to Upgrade their Writing Skills

10 Online Courses for Teachers to Upgrade their Writing Skills

If you teach writing or incorporate writing into your classroom, then you know how important it is to make sure you have a solid grasp of all kinds of different types of writing. Staying up-to-speed on many different kinds of writing can feel overwhelming. The good news is that there are many options for online courses for teachers that will help you upgrade your skills in whatever areas you feel you need improvement. And you needn’t even spend any of your hard-earned money on them, as all the ones listed in this article are free!

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The Dangers of Free Public Domain Material: What Teachers Should Know

The Dangers of Free Public Domain Material: What Teachers Should Know

Teachers are always looking for great materials to use in their classrooms, but it’s important to know a few things about copyrights in order to avoid infringing on them. You no doubt have heard about public domain material, which most people assume means you can feel free to use it however you wish. This article will provide a more nuanced understanding of public domain materials and what teachers should know about them.

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Teaching Experience: Plagiarism in College Classrooms

Plagiarism in College Classrooms: A Former English Teacher’s Reflection

While I was working on my MFA, I taught English 101 and 102 to college students (plus a few upper-level creative writing courses and senior capstone projects). Though I decided to take a different path in my career once I earned my degree, I’ll always be grateful for the time I spent in those classrooms. I had only just graduated from college myself and was sometimes younger than some of my students, and it didn’t help that I wasn’t really “over” being an undergraduate student yet.

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