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Top Ten Practices for Principals to Promote Literacy in School

Top Ten Practices for Principals to Promote Literacy in School | Teaching | Scoop.it

This is one blog post you must share with your Principal - it is written by a school principal who understands the importance of literacy, and shares the ways he communicates his values and expectations to his  teaching staff and students.  He demonstrates a clear commitment to improved literacy by his own actions every day.  At his first staff meeting of the year, he asked teachers to write down the names of the books they had read over the holidays - explanation?  If we expect kids to be readers, we had better be readers too.  It doesn't get better than that.  Please read. Please share. DW

 

Excerpt:

1. Read, Read and Read

"Principals should not only be reading current research and resources about best practices in education, they should be reading children's books as well as reading for plea..."


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30 Web Tools for Every Educator - thanks Med Kharbach

30 Web Tools for Every Educator - thanks Med Kharbach | Teaching | Scoop.it

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Shambles Calendar for Educators

Shambles Calendar for Educators | Teaching | Scoop.it

Shambles Calendar for Educators
http://shamblescalendar.net
Links to even more events related to teaching, learning, professional and career development.
As a Google Calendar to embed or link.
With global times converted to your local time [essential for online events]

 

You can download a 2012-2013 academic year A3 calendar as an editable Word .doc at http://bit.ly/cal20122013


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