Be centered on what matters to you.
Just wanted to capture a wonderful chat I stumbled onto–good ideas and inspiring to focus on what matters. And: I want to share with students that teachers walk the walk–we want our students to love their reading and writing lives as much as we do.
I love these questions as a strategy to use with independent reading! #vatechat https://t.co/ulmSsnl12Z
— Josh Thompson (@jthompedu) July 19, 2018
Starting the countdown for our 2nd twitter chat! Join us on July 18 to chat about independent reading. Can’t wait to see you there! #VATEchat pic.twitter.com/2oORhyXakw
— VATE (@VATEnglish) July 6, 2018
A few ways students respond to 📚: artwork, poetry, letters to characters, letters to authors, alternate endings, rewriting scenes from different POV, etc. Goal: demonstrate thinking without killing ❤️ of the book! #vatechat
— Jarred Amato (@jarredamato) July 19, 2018
A4 #vatechat all of us need to be centered in what matters to us, what choices we make with our texts/media: respecting students’ rights to choice is the most successful approach for me
— Kelly (@mrskellylove) July 19, 2018