Linkable Resources You Will Want to Check Out!

Staying informed about your profession is critical for all teachers, whether it be to learn a new strategy or read the latest research .  Like that saying you probably have heard on the TV commercials with the famous stars,  “The more you know, the more you know.”  

So, for this months post I thought I would share with you some linkable resources!  I encourage you to find some time over the Holidays to preview the resources shared below, and then bookmark those you would like to go back to later.  

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!  I am thankful for the few extra days off to prepare for family and friends.

Enjoy you weekend,  Susan

Disillusionment Power Pack Sign Up For Free!   Roxanna Elden is a National Board Certified Teacher and the author of See Me After Class: Advice for Teachers by Teachers.

Pat Pavelka  I think this lady is the queen of Centers that work!  You will be thankful you visited this site ~ I promise!

edutopia for New Teachers – For new teachers who seek support and want to share the challenges and triumphs of first starting out in the classroom.

teachingchannel The Teaching Channel New Teacher Survival Guide 2015-2016

Responsive Classroom –  research-based approach to education that is associated with greater teacher effectiveness, higher student achievement, and improved school climate.  One of those trainings that changed my life – truly!

Cult of Pedagogy This is a blog I follow.  It has some really good reads – One in particular is The Marigold!  She is definitely a blogger that I want to be when I grow up! Ha!

Please share other sites you have found helpful in your comments.  With your input, this Blog becomes a Professional Learning Network.  Let’s keep the ideas flowing!

 

 

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