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Instructor Profile: Lisa Schanhals, Spring Lake High School

Lisa Schanhals (Twitter) is a teacher at Spring Lake High School in Spring Lake, MI where she teaches AP Biology. She’s been using Eli to help students practice their free response writing since 2013. Lisa talks about how Eli helps her work more closely with students who are struggling while reducing her grading load. This […]

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Instructor Profile: Regina Chanel Rodriguez, West Texas A&M University

Regina Chanel Rodriguez (faculty bio) is an assistant professor in the Department of Education at West Texas A&M University. She teaches the fully online Master’s Level Educational Research course and began using Eli Review with her online students in spring 2016.  Chanel shares her insights into peer learning, particular how Eli Review has complimented her online instruction […]

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Instructor Profile: Chris Sloan, Judge Memorial High School

Chris Sloan (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn) is a teacher at Judge Memorial High School in Salt Lake City, where he teaches AP English Language and Composition. He’s relatively new to Eli Review, using it for the first time in Spring 2016, but he’s already had great results using it and describes it as the “getting there” of good writing. […]

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Instructor Profile: Tim Amidon, Colorado State University

Tim Amidon (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn) is an assistant professor in English at Colorado State University. He used Eli Review first in Spring 2015 but returned to it in Spring 2016 with a new sense of how Eli could help him get students talking about the higher order concerns he was always writing in marginal comments. His goal […]

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Instructor Profile: Jo Lien, North Idaho College

Jo Lien (Facebook, LinkedIn) is an English instructor at North Idaho College. She started using Eli Review in her fall 2015 courses because she wanted to “more effectively engage online learners in the authentic peer review that they need in order to become more skilled writers and to engage in a community of peers”. In […]

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