We know foundational skills are critical to early reading. But what are the next steps we need to help readers take to become lifelong readers? The LitGals explore this question.
Lesson Support Strategy
Sticky notes & anchor charts would appear to be on opposite ends of the spectrum. Jessica Miller has other ideas!
How can simple sticky notes transform lesson planning & delivery? Jessica shares what a differene they made for her.
Testing season can suck all the joy from a classroom. Tim has great ideas for brining it back!
Supporting the growth of all four domains is very important for English Language Learners, but some areas are more difficult than others. Flip is an awesome tool for engaging English Language Learners! Explore 6 ways you could use it tomorrow!
Are you looking for a way to support your emerging readers? Have you tried out Vooks? We will take a look at Vooks and explore ways to use it when support early readers, striving learners, students with special needs, and English language learners.
Teaching early learners to rhyme… frustrating? Yes! Pointless? Absolutely Not! Bridgett Nelson shares research on why it’s important and tips from the field.
Often Instructional Coaches work alone in a building which is very different from being a classroom teacher. Former Instructional Coach & current Keep Indiana Learning Professional Learning Specialist Jessica Miller shares lessons she learned from her coaching days.
Need some new, quick to implement ideas to keep students engaged in the home stretch? The Digital Learning Coaches have drawn up the plays you’re looking for!
Armed with Peter Liljedahl’s 2021 text Building Thinking Classrooms and the pain and frustration of the social upheaval and pandemic deaths of recent years, I set out to push the boundaries of my abilities to teach math and help students realize more of their true potential. In a whirlwind of change, I departed from the status quo. How did I fare? Did transformation take place?