Category Archives: Teaching Strategies

Anatomy of a teaching point

I received this text from a colleague this morning: What is the “how” in this teaching point? She queried. I read the part right under “Name your teaching point.” I thought about it. I have not read this entire lesson.  … Continue reading

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Kahoot! Why I Blog

This evening I learned something new!  I was just sitting down to write my blog post for the day and I came across this blog by Chris at Reading Amidst the Chaos.  I hadn’t ever heard of Kahoot! before. I … Continue reading

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Instructional North Stars

There is so much to learn and so much to teach! Sometimes it can become overwhelming. Sorting through what is critical, what is important and what is still important but not top priority at present can be daunting. Still, teaching … Continue reading

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