GARY ANDERSONThanks for visiting my blog. I appreciate your time reading and commenting here.
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- @noodlenog Nope. He was just into the story and wanted to keep reading. 9 hours ago
- @kirby_liz I completely agree. I wonder if fear of something is mixed in there too. 18 hours ago
- Help me understand why a middle school language arts teacher would punish a student for reading ahead in a whole-class novel. 1 day ago
- RT @SavannaFlakes: The arts makes us better :) fb.me/4up8T2ce9 1 day ago
- Today's class journal topic: Tell about a ﬁrst meeting. 1 day ago
- @melissawiebe You might find this interesting: "Five Fun Podcasts for English Teachers" whatsnotwrong.wordpress.com/2016/04/12/fiv… 1 day ago
- RT @spartanlynne: Sidewalk book talk featuring fave book of the year! @kieracass @RCYRBA @VeronicaRoth @MullyKelly #iplearns #booklove http… 1 day ago
- Today's class book talk: GYM CANDY by @CarlDeuker https://t.co/oF1DXyqloT 1 day ago
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A lot of people talk about teachers but not many talk to teachers. Authors Anne Lutz Fernandez and Catherine Lutz set out to address that shortfall in Schooled: Ordinary, Extraordinary Teaching in an Age of Change (Teachers College Press, 2015). … Continue reading
Although it might be too soon to validly reflect on Writers Week XVIII, our school’s just-concluded annual celebration of writing, I should try to see through the exhilaration and exhaustion for some insights into why this week means so much to … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 17,000 times in 2011. If it were a … Continue reading
This all needs to be prefaced by saying I have nothing but respect and admiration for the three colleagues in my Professional Learning Community. Although it’s an arranged marriage—in other words, we are assigned to be together—I couldn’t ask for … Continue reading
What role can and should intuition play in a teacher’s decision-making process? Since first hearing the phrase “data-driven instruction,” I feel like the importance and credibility of teacher instincts have been downplayed and denigrated. Ralph Waldo Emerson said that intuition … Continue reading