10 Impressive (and Popular) YA Novels According to Mrs. Krajewski’s Students – http://wp.me/p21t9O-3LK
Seeker – http://wp.me/s5g9Xi-seeker
On Descriptive Grammar and Banal Bigotry – http://wp.me/p4PfNL-8M
Mindfulness asks students: How does your breath feel? Social-Emotional learning asks students to imagine how someone else feels. Compassion, Empathy, and Vulnerability asks students, “How do you feel?” Then the teacher listens, and goes to a place within themselves that says, “Yes. I have felt that way at some point, too. Let me sit with you while you feel that way now.” It asks teachers to courageously be vulnerable and talk about their imperfections and sadness too.
Helping Students Revise With Ghost Grades – http://wp.me/p1jac9-5UL
Teaching Literacy in Pursuit of “a Wholesome Use of Language” – http://wp.me/p2GmBR-7eB
The Gifts of Imperfection in the Classroom – http://wp.me/p7O5NS-4N