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Pre-K & Elementary Educators


Pre-K & Elementary Educators

Those of you teaching the Pre-K-5 can make your curriculum pop here.

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Comment by Patricia Burnside on October 26, 2010 at 10:18am
Just looked over the free reading guide for Teaching with Classic Kids' Comics. Looks Great! I was able to reserve the book at my public library. Thanks for the resource.
Comment by Ryan Goble on July 28, 2010 at 1:54pm
Just a quick reminder - someone in the GN & Comics book was asking about Graphic Novels for the Elementary set - directed her to these great forum posts from Peter Gutierrez that some folks might have missed. They are AWESOME!

New Free Reading Guide for Teaching with Classic Kids' Comics

LESSON PLAN: "Little Mouse Gets Ready" K-1 Lesson Plan

Good Vibes,

Comment by Ryan Goble on July 14, 2010 at 4:53pm
Marcy - just above - see where it says "Discussion forum?"

Dawn's is - "QUESTION: Video Clips for Assessent" - you see it?

I know it can be a bit nutty when you first join but over time people get a feel for it :)

Thanks again for jumping in.

Comment by Marcy Prager on July 14, 2010 at 4:43pm
I would Ryan, but this site is rather frenetic. I don't know where the forum is. I am confused.
Comment by Ryan Goble on July 14, 2010 at 12:14pm
Marcy - great responses - would you mind copying and pasting them up into Dawn's question in the discussion forum? That way all the wonderful answers and resources will be archived (stuff on the comment wall gets buried over time) and also shared on the next Crowdsource Tuesday!


Ry (aka MC POP traffic cop :))
Comment by Marcy Prager on July 13, 2010 at 9:08pm
I know this site well! The town of Brookline uses Stephanie Harvey's reading comprehension toolkit which is very similar as far as the comprehension techniques students learn to use as they read. Each focuses on teaching explicit comprehension techniques as mini-lessons, and then the students "think" as they read. Very cool! And it works!
Comment by Marcy Prager on July 13, 2010 at 9:01pm
I videotaped a writing conference I had with a struggling student to show mom some of the strategies I used to help her child expand his ideas so she could help him in the same way. Parents and teachers should be a team and use the same language.
Comment by Ryan Goble on July 13, 2010 at 3:55pm
Dawn - very cool - you wouldn't know - like any culture it takes time to get the feel of it - and every social network is a bit different - kudos to you for getting in the mix! Great survey's - I'll be bookmarking those big time :)
Comment by dawn.white on July 13, 2010 at 3:53pm
Thanks Ryan, this is my first time using a social network. I am taking a computer course this summer and I did a survey on my computer knowlege. This is the area that it said I need to explore. It feels a little strange asking others for help. Here is the link to survey.
Comment by Ryan Goble on July 13, 2010 at 3:32pm
Hi Dawn - consider posting that question above in the discussion forum Crowdsource style so we can archive it (wall posts get buried fast) and I can share it on a Crowdsource Tuesday - good question! Thanks for jumping into the discussion!

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