Making Curriculum Pop

I just finished reading Ryan's latest missive where he makes the point that this Ning is about sharing resources, so I figured I'd mention a site I've re-developed that ELA people-- and others-- might find interesting. It's called Teaching English in the Digital Age and it's got more resources than you ever thought you wanted. I hope you find it useful. If there's anything you've found helpful that isn't there, feel free to drop me a note.

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Comment by Ryan Goble on June 30, 2011 at 11:03am

Karen, you'll get some more mojo on this if you post it in the ELA(ish) groups - unlike the EC Ning, these blogs get lost but the special interest groups are designed to carry all the weight here - people get notifications when you post in those discussion forums.  So this is great - just consider copying and pasting it into groups discussion forums so your tree can fall and folks HEAR it :)  


These discussion forums might work... World Literature
American Literature
British Lit (sans Shakespeare)
Making Shakespeare Pop
Poets and Writers
Adolescent Literature

PS - glad you read yesterday's reminder - I always assume they get deleted en masse :)


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