The Global Read Aloud is coming this fall (starting October 6 – November 14). For the duration of these 6 weeks, teachers will read aloud a book (or books by a particular author for primary-aged students). Learn more about the Global Read Aloud by watching this video by Pernille Ripp. More information about the timeline canContinue reading “Global Read Aloud 2014”
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How Did He Learn That?
Part of my teaching assignment is as a Learner Support Teacher to Grade 1 and Grade 2 students. Some of these students I have been working with since they were in Kindergarten. I witnessed some of them cry when they were left at school by their parents and grandparents. I watched some of them suckContinue reading “How Did He Learn That?”
Global Read Aloud
If you have not heard of the Global Read Aloud, well, you should look into it! This is a wonderful opportunity for students and teachers from around the world to come together to read, share, and discuss books! There are four different titles being explored with the Global Read Aloud this year: The Kindergarten studentsContinue reading “Global Read Aloud”
Using Video Recording to Enhance Learning
In addition to my vice-principal assignment, I also have a 70% teaching assignment. That teaching assignment this year is working with students who struggle in their academic areas – mainly reading, writing and math as a Learning Support Teacher. While I have been a Learning Support Teacher in the past, this year I started experimentingContinue reading “Using Video Recording to Enhance Learning”
Professional Reading for the Summer
Summer Reading I have bitten off way more than I can chew when I look at the books I have bought and downloaded to read this summer. Oh my. I thought I would share some of the titles here, and, hopefully, writing this post will hold me a little accountable and help to ensure thatContinue reading “Professional Reading for the Summer”
We Need to Get These Kids Reading!
I was reading a blog post tonight written by someone I admire in my PLN, Jessica Johnson (@principalj on Twitter). She is a principal in a K-5 school in Wisconsin. She is a principal whom I’ve been following for the past year and someone who I can really relate to. I find her to beContinue reading “We Need to Get These Kids Reading!”