Monday, July 16, 2018

Spend Your Summer Reading!

Hey Readers!
I hope you've had some time to rest, rejuvenate, of course READ! I happy to say that I've had time to do all three! Here in the Northeast we get out of school in late June and with 6 snow days, it was VERY late June this year! So by July 15, I've caught up on sleep, cleaned out some closets and selected my summer reading...I have several books going at once and love the feeling of picking up any one of them to enrich my summer time. Here's what I'm reading this week:

1. Shake Up Learning by Kasey Bell: I'm not only reading this I'm participating in the Book Study on Facebook I'm taking the online workshop.  It's a great read giving practical advice and ideas for knocking down the four walls of your classroom and giving students a dynamic learning experience. Here's my podcast book review on it.

2. EduProtocol by Marlena Hebern and Jon Corippo: This is a must read whether your new to the profession or a 20 year veteran.  They give practical Protocols for starting class in the beginning of the year and 16 Protocols for lesson design to use during the school year.  They even differentiate for the Littles!  Here's my podcast book review on it.


3.  All 4s and 5s by Andrew Sharos: The author takes us through his experience of teaching an AP class and how he was able to improve schools by changing the culture. AP teacher or not, you will get a lot out of this in terms of learning how to change the culture of your classroom to improve student learning.



What are you reading this summer?


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