To Read . . .

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Story or Experience

Teacher’s Connected by a Common Passion to Share What’s Best for Kids – Brooke Perry (ECET2/teacher leadership experience)


Question or Hypothesis

Rubrics Matter – Cathy White

Improv(e)ing Education . . .Can Improv Thinking Open Our Minds To Learning and Teaching In Ways Traditional Education Has Failed? I’d Say — Yes, and . . . – Lisa Hollenbach


Respond to Someone or Something

An Open Letter to the President of the United States – Camille Jones, WA State Teacher of the Year

The Room Where it Happens: Amplification As A Strategy To Attack Gendered Animosity – Lisa Hollenbach ( Women in Leadership)


How and Why

Because I Don’t Have Time Not To … Why I Write – Chris Bronke

Why Teachers Should Blog … And Why I Do – Larry Ferlazzo

How to Start A Blog: A Beginner’s Guide for 2017 – Jessica Knapp

Teacher Leaders: Know Your Story, Share Your Story – Irvin Scott

Five Ways Teacher Leaders Use Storytelling – Chris Bronke

10 Tips for Finding and Crafting Your Authentic Story – Lisa Hollenbach

Teaching About Teaching: Using Narratives to Share What You Know – Brooke Perry

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