Throw Out Study Guides: Bring in Active Reading Inventories!

I get it. It’s hard to throw out the old and bring in the new. You completed study guides. I completed study guides. And I am sure when my daughter gets older, she too, will complete study guides. They are a staple of the English class – so it MUST be adhered to. Right?  Continue reading “Throw Out Study Guides: Bring in Active Reading Inventories!”

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The Right Tool for the Job- The EDU Version

I have been asked by teachers in my district lately, what ed tech tools were a staple of my classroom and how I used them. To me, the best tools are the ones that help UP student engagement and are also adaptable and flexible to my classroom productivity. I am a big believer in tech as a tool- used for a specific function. The greatest tech tools cannot and will not be a substitute for great teaching. But when used in the ideal scenario, can help stimulate and create something more. Continue reading “The Right Tool for the Job- The EDU Version”