To teach is to learn twice.
These are links listed in categories that I have posted to my site in the month of November. I hope you find them useful in your instructional practice.
Bilingual curriculum to help teach NYC students Latino history
A Pocket Full of Assessments: Using Quick SIOP Strategies to Check for Understanding|By Cari Harris
Understanding Language|Stanford University
What’s an ESL Teacher Anyway? | By Claire McMahon
Close Reading ToolBox| By Mike Fisher
Using Genre to Help Students Learn from What They Read| By Emily Kissner
What Does it Mean that Most Children’s Books Are Still About White Boys?|By Soraya Chemaly
The Difference Between Inference and Prediction|By TeachThought Staff
Why Picture Books Are Important|By Debbie Radpith Ohi
Who Is the Gifted Child? |By Dr. Gail Gross
The Gradual Release Of Responsibility Model In 6 Simple Words|By Terry Heick
Attention, Teachers! Why Students Are Bored|By Grant Wiggins
Why Good Teachers Embrace Culture|By Sophie Quinton
The Curriculum Map: How To Find Your Way Through Lesson Planning| By Cari Harris
10 ways to avoid becoming obsolete…|By Justin Tarte
Planning for a Substitute: Five Helpful Hints | By Lauren Norris
PENS VERSUS PENCILS: WHICH ONE IS BETTER FOR WRITING WORKSHOP? |By Elizabeth Moore
Skills Practice | Writing Effective Openings |by Jonathan Olsen, Katherine Schulten and Shannon Doyne
Learn More About Effective Openings
11 Phrases to Outlaw from Students’ Writing Now |We are Teachers
Building Children’s Vocabularies |By Charlotte Reed
Step Up and Teach: ELA Reading Standards |By Lori H Rice
Native American History Month | By Angela Alexander
Behavior Contracts |By Lee-Ann Meredith
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