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Inquiry-Based ELA

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October 12, 2022 Engaging, Old-Fashioned Writing Activities

Writing can be a difficult skill for students to learn. Even for someone who enjoys it, there’s a certain amount of effort that goes into…

September 30, 2022 Using Inquiry to Drive the Learning Process

When most of us hear “inquiry-based learning” we tend to think it requires a complete overhaul of the work we are currently doing.…

September 12, 2022 The Power of Project-based Learning

How much do you remember from your K-12 school years? Admittedly, most of it is fuzzy to me. I’m sure I learned a lot, but…

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August 4, 2022 How Geography Can Teach Students SEL

Last week I had a video call with an old friend. We spent some time catching up on recent events, reminisced a little, and made…

April 15, 2022 A Salute to Librarians

Did you know that April 16th is National Librarian Day? It’s an opportunity for us all to stop and recognize the invaluable services that librarians…

March 8, 2022 Exemplifying Persistence through Female-Focused Picture Books

Picture books are powerful. For our developing learners, they allow students to connect to life experiences through listening, build empathy and understanding for…

March 4, 2022 Winning with Wordle: Inspiring Student Literacy

I know I’m arriving late to the game (literally), but I was recently introduced to the online sensation that is Wordle. For those of you…

February 7, 2022 Celebrating African American Writers with Students

One of my favorite poems is “Still I Rise” by Maya Angelou. If you’ve never read it or heard it performed, I cannot recommend…