I’m here today to share something I’m super excited about a that’s coming your way! But first, I have to start with a little confession. It pains me to admit how little reading for pleasure I get done during the school year unless I happen find myself on winter, spring, or summer break. Truth be told on most days I feels like it’s an accomplishment if I’ve had enough time to check my work e-mail. HA!!
But if you’re any bit of a big ol’ teacher nerd like me, it’s hard not to love diving into a great “educational” read. Every year I find myself thinking, how I can improve my practice? What new things should I be trying to hep me reach them better?! Every last little one of them. You don’t have to tell me it’s an overwhelming task to take on. But there is also comfort in knowing we’re in it together, right?!! Many of my friends recently got to travel to the Ron Clark Academy. While I wasn’t one of the lucky ones who got to visit (It’s a the very top of my bucket list for next year-!!) the conversations that followed inspired so many of us to find new and exciting ways to reach our young learners! Really engaging them in meaningful ways!!
So we decided to start a little book study and we hope you’ll join us!
Starting February 28th, some of your favorite bloggers will be hosting a book study every Tuesday and Saturday with chapters from this book right here:
Nobody should feel like they need to sit down and read it all in one sitting!! It’s been paced out so that anybody out there, even those of you with a crazy busy schedule (All the hands shoot up 😉 ) can still join in and make it work for you.
Linky parties will take place on these different blogs each time.
Here is the order so you can plan accordingly
You can join in for whatever part you like! If you are not a blogger, that is OK! We will want you to join in on the fun. You can participate in the conversation in the comments. We want this to be a positive collaboration between teachers! The whole point is to encourage each other with inspiring ideas while still using research based best practice.
Another reason I’m excited for this book study is it goes back to the heart of why I started blogging. Teachers getting together to TALK, collaborate, and learn together!!! Hope to see you on the 28th!
Hi, I' Stephanie! I’m always looking for new ways to put a creative twist on the standards and I love helping primary teachers do the same in their classroom. Think of me as your virtual teaching partner right down the hall. I can’t wait to share new lesson ideas, teaching tips, and engaging K-2 resources with you!
Hi, I’ Stephanie! I’m always looking for new ways to put a creative twist on the standards and I love helping primary teachers do the same in their classroom. Think of me as your virtual teaching partner right down the hall. I can’t wait to share new lesson ideas, teaching tips, and engaging K-2 resources with you!