Learn how carefully-chosen digital tools and resources can help engage students in both language arts and STEM disciplines

5 ways to integrate language arts into STEM


Learn how carefully-chosen digital tools and resources can help engage students in both language arts and STEM disciplines

As a language arts teacher at a partial STEM Magnet middle school in Southern Georgia, I have the opportunity to teach an amazing group of students; their willingness to expand their educational horizons amazes me every day.

While most of my students choose to come to our school because we focus on math, science, and STEM—the subjects they enjoy—I am tasked with helping them develop their reading and writing skills. So, how do I keep my math, science, and STEM-minded students engaged in the language arts? I’ve found that in addition to integrating STEM into language arts activities, using technology is a great way to generate deeper language arts engagement.

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Here are five ways you can use technology to capture and hold the attention of language arts students.

Use Monster Quiz for assessments

If your district uses the SMART Notebook system, Monster Quiz is a great, easy-to-use formative assessment tool that gets students excited about their learning. Located in the “Activities” tab of SMART Notebook, Monster Quiz allows the teacher to enter up to 10 multiple-choice or true/false questions to assess.

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