Sunday, February 14, 2016
Links Worth Talking About 2-14-16
Links Worth Talking About is my weekly post of curated links about education, books, and apropos of nothing.
If you've been following the drama with the book A Birthday Cake for George Washington, then you know the plot thickened this week when the author spoke out in a rather contentious article on Huffington Post.
Pernille Ripp wrote an important post this week about when we harm rather than help students when it comes to reading interventions.
Penny Kittle, president of the Book Love foundation, recently started a new podcast about the importance of classroom libraries.
Important words from Paul Thomas: What do college professors want from incoming high school graduates?
An interesting take on lesson planning:
Reflection over prediction, or why we should write our lesson plans after the lesson
#nErDcampMI registration is now open. I hope to see you in Michigan in July for this free two days of professional learning.
And apropos of nothing...
Life goal: sloth hug