Teaching well means being willing to experiment and then analyze the results. How did the Kittle/Gallagher model of book clubs work for me? Read on, dear reader.
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I’m constantly consuming professional literature and find myself in a perpetually reflective/revisionary state regarding my curriculum and practices. I remain haunted by one of my more recent intellectual feasts, EMPOWER: What Happens When Students Own Read more…
Reader’s Workshop: The Early Years I’ve been in love with reader’s workshop for a long time now. Like many relationships, in the beginning I romanticized aspects of it, and took other parts for granted. In Read more…