I hope you are taking the summer to just write. Life is too short not to write. I’ve been percolating today’s blog post and planned to write it this afternoon. However, plans changed,… Read More
Reflections on my first Twitter Chat: what worked well, what overwhelmed me, and some silly things I tweeted.
Please leave a link to your slice of life story.
My students were always shocked to learn that my favorite subject to teach wasn’t writing… it was social studies! I was a history minor in college and almost considered getting my first master’s… Read More
In addition to the link you leave to your slice today, would you mind sharing how teaching writing workshop is better when you’re a teacher who is also a Writer?
Clear, specific feedback helps children view themselves in a positive light in the learning environment and in life.
An interview with Author Germano Zullo + a giveaway of his new book, Line 135.
How do we compare a country with a fairly homogeneous population of five and a half million people, with less than 5% of the population in poverty, to the United States? Well, forty years ago, when Finland was overhauling their education system and studying models from other countries, they could have followed our lead and jumped on our No Child Left Behind bandwagon, eventually moving to high-stakes testing and teacher assessment as a means to improve education.
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