Resources for Teens, 14 and Up

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Beat the summer slump! Discover the best & safest mobile apps for kids, teens, educators, parents, and writers -- plus a handful to keep a wary eye on! Writing Workshop, In Writing, Creative Writing, Self Advocacy, Gifted Education, Public Speaking, Creative Outlet, Make Your Mark, Ell

Summer EduTech Jumpstart! Best Apps of 2013 for Educators, Writers, Parents & Kids of All Ages

Beat the summer slump! Discover the best in mobile apps for kids, teens, educators, parents, and writers!

On 10 February we'll enter the Chinese Year of the Snake. Snake is the Yin to last year's Dragon Yang. That said, Snake does not settle for mediocrity, either. Happy Chinese New Year, Chinese New Year Holiday, Chinese Christmas, Happy Year, Happy New Year Background, Year Of The Snake, Snake Design, Chinese Zodiac, Chinese Astrology

10 Safe Outlets for Youth to Publish Writing Online, In Print

W.O.R.D. Ink shares ten safe outlets for all-age youth to publish writing and connect with likeminded peers. Everyone has a voice. What you have to say matters.

Summer Programs for High School, Middle & Elementary Students Summer Programs, Summer Camps, College Admission, Video Production, Girls Camp, Public Speaking, Creative Writing, East Coast, Massachusetts

Summer Programs for High School, Middle & Elementary Students

Academic summer programs and camps at Stanford, Berkeley, UCLA, Yale, Georgetown, & more. Enroll today for the best educational summer programs and camps!

We Collaborate is a site that allows teachers to share experiences, lesson plans, and advice. Digital Citizenship, Blackboards, School Teacher, Teacher Resources, Elementary Schools, Lesson Plans, Collaboration, Classroom, Teaching

"The Digiteen Project studies digital citizenship with students researching current topics, writing a collaborative report on a wiki, and performing and documenting offline action educational projects to promote effective digital citizenship at their local schools. The purpose of the project is to educate on and promote effective Digital Citizenship and responsible online choices as well as immersing students into an educational community for learning and collaborating."

Writing inspiration from Anton Chekhov and Figment - Show, don't tell! Best metaphor for the technique I've ever seen! Great example of "Show v. Writing Quotes, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing Prompts, Writing Posters, Editing Writing, Writing Workshop

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A community of teen book lovers and aspiring writers sharing YA book recommendations, videos, quizzes, writing advice, and more, all on one online platform where you can connect with authors, discover new books, write your own stories, and win prizes. Part of the Penguin Random House family.

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Information about health, growth, and emotions for teens

TeensHealth has doctor-reviewed info to help you be your best in body and mind. Get facts and advice on nutrition, moods, sex, infections, body image, and more.

She loves Sense and Sensibility and thinks Amanda is only lying to protect herself (and Callie's mom!) Meet madibee and comment on her profile on her profile now!    The Amanda Project is an eight-book series published by HarperTeen. You could be published! Find out more on the Books home. Interactive Fiction, Interactive Sites, Digital Story, Book Series, Nonfiction, Storytelling, Love Her, Amanda, How To Become

Welcome To The Amanda Project § The Amanda Project

The Amanda Project is the first collaborative, interactive fiction series for girls aged 13 and up. The story unfolds across an interactive website where readers/users can become a part of the story, and in eight novels, each written by a different author, from a different character’s point of view. The first book, The Invisible I, will be published by HarperCollins in September 2009.

The cutting-edge literacy and social media project for teens, awarded the National Book Award for Innovations in Reading. National Book Award, Volunteers, Language Arts, Middle School, Literacy, Teen, Social Media, Organization, Writing

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The cutting-edge literacy and social media project for teens, awarded the National Book Award for Innovations in Reading.

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