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Tell your story.

You’re 8 years old. Your 3rd grade class orders chinese food & your father delivers it. You are so excited to see your pops in school. He’s your hero. But […]

Summer Series of Saves: It’s not just you.

Is anyone else finding that social media/cell phones have completely altered their capacity to read books and concentrate on multi-page sequences? It’s become a major problem… — Glenn Thrush (@GlennThrush) […]

School Shopping.

Is Teachers Pay Teachers “bad?” And why do I have an image of my #ProjectLIT progress? I’ll pull it all together, promise. I believe that as a whole TPT is […]

Summer Series of Saves: Magic

Did you ever want to be a character from a book? Tomi Adeyemi wrote Children of Blood and Bone (which I just finished and REALLY WANT SOME TO TALK ABOUT […]

Takes a $10 Village

If 300 people I know spent about $10 each, I could fund these books for my students: Direct Link to My Donors Choose Challenge  

Making things.

  As a follow-up to yesterday’s post regarding how to get students to move forward without scaffolds, I received many good ideas from the High School ELA group page* on […]

Heroic measures: let's do something (anything)

17 books we loved in ‘17 📚❤️ pic.twitter.com/FOix862hFO — Project LIT Community (@ProjectLITComm) January 1, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Happy New Year’s Day! Last night we went to see the new Star […]

Saving Summer: Graphically speaking.

  Back in April, my buddy Sharon and I went to the local National Consortium for Teaching About Asia weekend workshop, “Graphic Novels and Cultural Authenticity” class about graphic novels, […]

Pledge.

I always have this summer break lag–it takes me a bit to realize it actually is break time, and not only relax, but reflect. And just not think at all. […]

Stacks.

https://electricliterature.com/announcing-the-2016-national-book-award-winners-899e21d9b708#.330i6yvnv How many have you read or plan on reading? More thoughts later.

Read or perish.

This week I posted ten educational books that have helped me. That list could be pages long. But it made me think — while those books help with lesson structure […]

Cart, meet Horse.

What are your top ten teacher/education books? My purpose is to curate a list for my student teacher. I’ve given her my extra copy of Notice and Note, and have more […]

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