Secondary Worlds

Teaching, Technology, and English Education

Tag: hackasaurus

When Hacking is a Good Thing–Using Hackasaurus to Teach Argument

Yesterday, I gave my e-poster session at the annual GVSU Technology Symposium, an event I’ve participated in every year since my arrival at GVSU in 2004. The Tech Symposium is a great place to pick up new ideas from colleagues and show off the work your students have been doing. This year, I focused on […]

Web 2.0

Digital Text Intervention with Hackasaurus

I just heard about the educational tool Hackasaurus (Mozilla) at NCTE. The tool reveals the code behind web pages–the html and css make up the text and images of any given page. Any browser offers something similar (just try viewing the source), but Hackasaurus takes it one step further: it lets you change pages and […]


Theme by Anders Norén