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Making Words Count: Writing Across the Curriculum and Beyond

Writing is a form of expression. In educational settings, too often the curriculum leaves writing assignments up to the ELAR/ELA/Literacy teacher.  This narrative needs to change. Good teaching and effective, inclusive lessons should span across subject areas. If you are visiting this page, you have either attended one of my presentations or are just curious about math and literacy cross-curricular connections. Please view the resources below, as well as visit my previous presentation that focused …Read More

Teaching Students to L.O.V.E. Literacy

If you are visiting this website, you have probably attended one of my sessions or workshops “Teaching Students to L.O.V.E. Literacy”.  During this session, I spoke of ways to get educators, parents, and advocates of literacy involved in the process of building student literacy skills in non-traditional formats.  This session had techniques and discussion that is applicable to nearly any age group, and seeks to help empower those who want to put some creativity into …Read More

Book Release: “29 Days to L.O.V.E. Literacy”

The official release of the first in a series of literacy related books for parents and teachers has arrived!  29 Days to L.O.V.E. Literacy  is a  practical and easy to use book that includes activities that teach literacy skills in a relevant, and unique manner.  The book originally began as a series of tweets on my Twitter account, then later I further developed the ideas into a book.

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