In this post, I’ll share three things I’ve learned from my own school district, where we have many multiage classrooms.
The end of the school year is a highly important time for me as a coach. Read to find out the three really important tasks that I work hard to complete before school’s out for summer.
Here are three things I’m working on, right now, in the first week of February.
Building a community of writers is likely a goal for all writing workshop teachers. But what are some ways to be intentional about bringing such a goal to fruition?
Four practical priorities for this summer.
Glue your butt to the chair, every day, or at least once a week, and you will not only become a better writer–you’ll become a better teacher of writing.
It’s hard to believe that the end of the school year is already in sight. In the schools I where I currently work, mid-June is the end of the year–that’s just four weeks away!
That means it’s time to begin planning for next year!