Universal screening, progress monitoring, weekly interventions…Does this sound familiar to you or has it gotten you all confused? Does your school have Response to Intervention implemented? How is it working for you- do you see it as a beneficial process for your students or just one more thing that has been added to your already full plate as a teacher? At my… View Post
Do you have a professional book that you just can’t live without? Maybe more than one? There really are some good professional books out there with some great ideas. Stephanie from Teaching in Room 6 is hosting a linky party so we can all share what our favorite go-to book is! On an earlier post, I showcased the book, When Readers… View Post
Wow! Tanya from Ms. Salano’s Kindergarten Class and Louanne from My Kindergarten Kids both awarded the Versatile Blogger Award to me. That is so fun! I haven’t been blogging for very long (less than a month), but I am definitely hooked! I love sharing ideas and connecting with other teachers to be able to encourage each other. 🙂 The Versatile Blogger… View Post
Little Miss Kindergarten is hosting a linky party to thank our blog friends that have been the most supportive to us. I want to take this time to thank Mandy from Cooperative Learning 356. Mandy has been so patient with all of my questions and teaching me how to navigate my way through this new adventure! Without her, I would… View Post
Clutter-Free Classroom is hosting a How I Spent My Winter Vacation Linky Party! How fun! I spent my winter vacation blog hopping while drinking my favorite drink- cappuccino , visiting with family and friends, and shopping! It has been a great vacation, just way toooooo short! Visit the Clutter-Free Classroom blog to see how others spent their vacation!
2011 has flown by so fast for me with the New Year right upon us! So much to reflect on from this past year that has been wonderful. I have many things to be thankful for: wonderful, supportive husband and 2 great and intelligent sons are just the beginning. My family’s good health and a job I have a passion for… View Post
I learned about Tabletop Twitter at a workshop with Robert Probst. It is a great way for students to interact with each other in writing. All students get to participate at the same time and it gives them a chance to voice their thoughts to each other. On top of that, it is a quiet activity and who couldn’t use… View Post