Diversity, Intersectionality, and Inclusivity: #YANeedsMore

Yesterday the hashtag #YANeedsMore started trending, and we jumped in to watch the conversation unfold. We are ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ing the #YANeedsMore tweets! — eNotes (@enotes) July 23, 2015 Not surprising was the number of calls for more intersectionality and diversity; we were pleasantly surprised by the rich insight, feedback, ideas, and personal experiences from hundreds of young adult, and proper…

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8 Ways to Use Social Media for Homework

Students use their social media accounts all day long—likely both in and out of school. Meet them on their turf by assigning homework to be completed on various social media websites. Students will be excited to use the websites they love, and you can take lessons outside the classroom and bring them into the real…

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Ode to Adolescence and Maybe John Green: #VeryRealisticYA Gets Real

If there’s one thing we love here at eNotes it’s literature. We also love wit, and the latest trending hashtag combined both. Last week #VeryRealisticYA began trending and the results were nothing short of hilarious and harshly truthful. The YA (young-adult) fiction genre is alluring and entertaining for many audiences, but can be melodramatic and oftentimes unrealistic. The hashtag…

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Teachers Who Tweet: 50 Educators You Should Follow

It’s no surprise that Twitter, inarguably one of the most popular social platforms, has more than tweens and “hip brands” (like us, of course!) tweeting tidbits into the universe. Teachers, professors, and other types of educators use this platform to bring academia into the 21st Century, share ideas, and intellectually influence their followers. We’ve put together a…

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20 Homework Tweets That Made Us LOL

We couldn’t stop laughing at some of the things our Twitter team came across, so we decided to compile a list that made us llol (literally laugh out loud) in the hopes that you do too. eNotes has tons of resources to help you write your essays and answer tough homework problems, so you don’t have to take…

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