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Kids Take the Lead: Flipping Small Group Work, Putting Students’ Learning Front and Center

Kids Take the Lead: Flipping Small Group Work, Putting Students’ Learning Front and Center

Your Next Lesson
by Peter Gangi, Literacy Coach and guest contributor, with Maggie Beattie Roberts, The Educator Collaborative Network Member Register to watch Maggie Beattie Roberts and guest young adult author, Karuna Riazi,’s 2018-2019 ... Read more
Three Ways to Manage Your High School Writing Workshop More Efficiently

Three Ways to Manage Your High School Writing Workshop More Efficiently

Makers and Spaces
post by Heather Rocco, The Educator Collaborative Network Member Register to watch Chantal François and Heather Rocco’s 2018-2019 Study Series Session, “Go Farther With Independent Reading,” live on February 6 ... Read more
Writing Help: But, What If They Copy Their Mentor Texts?

Writing Help: But, What If They Copy Their Mentor Texts?

Writing Instruction
by Shawna Coppola, The Educator Collaborative Fellow Register to watch Shawna Coppola and Carla España’s 2018-2019 Study Series Session, “Teach Writing with Energy, Intention and Joy,” on-demand through June 30, ... Read more
From Wonder to Writing: Invite Students Into Inquiry Through Online Articles

From Wonder to Writing: Invite Students Into Inquiry Through Online Articles

Digital Literacy
by Troy Hicks, The Educator Collaborative Fellow Register to watch Troy Hicks and Tricia Ebarvia’s 2018-2019 Study Series Session, “New Possibilities for Students’ Digital Writing,” live on January 23, 2019 ... Read more
Coaching Tips: Support First Year Teachers (Not Overwhelm Them)

Coaching Tips: Support First Year Teachers (Not Overwhelm Them)

Literacy Coaching
post by Elizabeth Lacy Schoenberger, Fellow with The Educator Collaborative Coaching Tips: Support First Year Teachers (Not Overwhelm Them) The first year teaching can be rewarding and challenging. There are well ... Read more
“Making Our Way Across”: Lessons Learned from Minh Lê and Dan Santat’s Drawn Together

“Making Our Way Across”: Lessons Learned from Minh Lê and Dan Santat’s Drawn Together

Bookshelf
by Shawna Coppola and Carla España, TheEdCollab Fellows Join TheEdCollab on Wednesday, July 18 8-9PM EST, for our Summer Book Club chat on Drawn Together “Making Our Way Across”: Lessons ... Read more
Tell The Story of Migrant Children and Families: Book & Resource Recommendations

Tell The Story of Migrant Children and Families: Book & Resource Recommendations

Discourse
guest post by Lizzeth Fausto (@LaMaestraFausto), friend of The Educator Collaborative Note from Christopher Lehman, Founding Director: One essential form of activism is hearing – and then raising up and ... Read more
Stages of Grief: State Test Score Report Edition

Stages of Grief: State Test Score Report Edition

Discourse
post by Elizabeth Lacy-Schoenberger, member of The Educator Collaborative Stages of Grief: State Test Score Report Edition Recently, I received news of my students’ latest reading standardized test scores.  I felt ... Read more
Shadows on the Wall: The Promise and Perils of “Success”

Shadows on the Wall: The Promise and Perils of “Success”

Leading Learners
post by Kate Roberts, member of The Educator Collaborative Shadows on the Wall: The Promise and Perils of “Success” In the Allegory of the Cave, the philosopher Plato tells a story ... Read more
Lockdown

Lockdown

Discourse
post by Elizabeth Lacy-Schoenberger, member of The Educator Collaborative Lockdown “Attention students, teachers, and staff.  We are now in immediate hard lockdown mode.  Please follow all procedures regarding hard lockdown immediately. ... Read more
#RozTaughtMe: Post 8 – Now and Then

#RozTaughtMe: Post 8 – Now and Then

RozTaughtMe
In March we celebrated the legacy of Dr. Rozlyn Linder through our blog series “Roz Taught Me.” We accidentally overlooked this post and would like to share it with you ... Read more

Advice on Interviewing for Teaching Positions, From an English Supervisor Who Learned the Hard Way

Discourse
post by TheEdCollab member, Heather Rocco Know Who You Are: Some Advice on Interviewing It took me three years to get my first teaching job.  I graduated college, English and ... Read more
#RozTaughtMe: Post 7 – Learning NF Facts From Pictures and Words

#RozTaughtMe: Post 7 – Learning NF Facts From Pictures and Words

RozTaughtMe
Over the next several weeks, join us in a celebration of the legacy of Dr. Rozlyn Linder. Our colleague, friend, and important voice in literacy education. While we continue to ... Read more