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How to Utilize Guided Reading in Upper Elementary

Most primary teachers know and utilize guided reading in their classrooms on a regular basis; however, in my experience, upper elementary teachers didn’t always see the value or find the time to implement this important practice into their own routines. Who can blame them? With standardized testing and demands from administration, it is hard to weed through the requirements to determine how to best use your time and resources to

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How To Get The Most out of Teaching Guided Reading

Teaching Guided Reading Guided reading: You either love it and teach it with fidelity, or you find it a waste of time. No matter what you think of it, the reality is guided reading time is incredibly valuable, and you should protect this chunk of time each day. Here are a few strategies that will help you get the most out of your guided reading instruction. What is Guided Reading

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How to Teach About Elections in a Nonbiased Way

Elections are coming up and tensions are at an all-time high in America. You may be thinking it is best to avoid the subject of elections all together since there is so much animosity and controversy between the parties and candidates. But, I’m here to tell you that you can and should teach about the elections! Here are a few tips on how to teach about elections in a fair,

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Tips for Teaching Writing Workshop

You either love teaching writing or hate teaching writing. I know in my beginning years of teaching, I despised teaching writing. It was probably because I wasn’t confident about my writing skills. I was never actually taught how to write. We were expected to just write! Teachers would say, “write a story” or “write a report.” Sometimes we would have to practice responding to a prompt to practice before standardized

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Guided Reading for Upper Elementary Blog Cover

How to Utilize Guided Reading in Upper Elementary

Most primary teachers know and utilize guided reading in their classrooms on a regular basis; however, in my experience, upper elementary teachers didn’t always see the value or find the time to implement this important practice into their own routines. Who can blame them? With standardized testing and demands from administration, it is hard to weed through the requirements to determine how to best use your time and resources to

read more »
Guided reading blog cover showing a teacher and a boy with a blue shirt in a guided reading group

How To Get The Most out of Teaching Guided Reading

Teaching Guided Reading Guided reading: You either love it and teach it with fidelity, or you find it a waste of time. No matter what you think of it, the reality is guided reading time is incredibly valuable, and you should protect this chunk of time each day. Here are a few strategies that will help you get the most out of your guided reading instruction. What is Guided Reading

read more »
Teaching About Elections in a nonbiased way blog post cover

How to Teach About Elections in a Nonbiased Way

Elections are coming up and tensions are at an all-time high in America. You may be thinking it is best to avoid the subject of elections all together since there is so much animosity and controversy between the parties and candidates. But, I’m here to tell you that you can and should teach about the elections! Here are a few tips on how to teach about elections in a fair,

read more »
Tips for Teaching Writing Workshop blog cover and pin

Tips for Teaching Writing Workshop

You either love teaching writing or hate teaching writing. I know in my beginning years of teaching, I despised teaching writing. It was probably because I wasn’t confident about my writing skills. I was never actually taught how to write. We were expected to just write! Teachers would say, “write a story” or “write a report.” Sometimes we would have to practice responding to a prompt to practice before standardized

read more »
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