It's the end of the summer season and the beginning of fall which for teachers and students is bittersweet. The laid back summer feeling slips away and the frantic fall frenzy rushes in.
But the good news is after compiling last season’s top ten tips for a luminous literacy workshop, I can’t wait to pack up my beach bag and head back to the classroom. Here they are:
10-Plan to Play from Jyoti Rajan Gopal and René Colato Laínez
9-Grammar Worksheets Be Gone from Whitney LaRocca and Jeff Anderson
8-Integrate Sensory Learning from April Jones Prince and Marcie Flinchum Atkins
7-Magic Mirrors All Around from Kate Messner and Tina Athaide
6-Outline Occultism from Zetta Elliott
5-Abracadabra Nanowrimo from Lisa Stringfellow
4-Extra! Extra! Read All About It from Kristen Nordstrom and Rukhsanna Guidroz
3-Bust Out of Binary Boxes from Michael Leali
2-Listen to Your Students from Pernille Ripp
1-Highlight Moments of Magic from Erin Dealey
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On the next episode, we’ll be chatting with author and writing instructor Michelle Cusolito. Be sure to check out her books Flying Deep and Diving Deep before the interview.
I want to give a shout out to Sarah Brannen for Chalk + Ink’s podcast art. If you want to make the most out of these last few summer weeks, be sure to check out Sarah’s A Perfect Day for some summertime fun.
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