Our mission is to provide exemplary resources from top educational experts and authors across a broad spectrum of disciplines. Some of our contributors have written over a dozen books, from math to ELA to pedagogy and leadership.
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Dr. Katie McKnight has authored 16 books on content literacy and is an international presenter. Math & Science: An entire chapter with TEMPLATES you can use: https://myedexpert.com/item/literacy-for-math-science-and-technical-subjects-strategies-to-deepen-content-knowledge/
ELA: Katie has shared 2 captivating stations: “SnapChat the Main Idea” & “Action Contracctions” https://myedexpert.com/vendor/katiemcknight/
Kristina Smekens trains teachers in reading and writing techniques all across the country. She has graciously shared some amazing resources that you will readily incorporate! Her new entry: “Peer Revision Conferencing Cards” make editing game-like. Your students will LOVE this! https://myedexpert.com/vendor/kristina-smekens/
Dr. Steve Warner is a mathematician who specializes in test prep in math and science. Utilizing feedback from thousands of students, he’s developed a unique system to help students increase test scores. Author of numerous books, he also has a download every learner will appreciate: “10 Common Mistakes Students Make that Lower Their Test Scores.” https://myedexpert.com/vendor/DrSteve/
Dr. Rick Jetter has penned several books and served in multiple school capacities – from teacher to superintendent. “Leadership Profiles from the Sea Activity” is simply a treasure. What a creative avenue in which to explore leadership attributes. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/rjetter/
Author Jerry Burkhart’s goal is to nurture independent, creative math thinkers. Grade 4-6 math teachers: Jerry has 3 sets of “Intrepid Math Problems” for advanced mathematical thinking. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/jburkhart/
Author/researcher Dr. Ellen Burns Hurst is a pioneer in the field of dyslexia. She has graciously shared a power point presentation for every educator and parent about the myths of dyslexia. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/ehurst/
Middle and high school social studies: Sheila White has just added a second part to her historiography – this one is perfect for embarking on project based learning. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/sheilawhite/
Thought-provoking Short Reads…and a Podcast
Jerry Burkhart: “How Open-Ended Math Problems Keep on Giving” https://www.middleweb.com/35704/how-open-ended-math-problems-keep-on-giving/
Dr. Ellen Hurst: “Are Boys Set p to Fail Before They Enter Kindergarten?” http://www.edcircuit.com/boys-set-up-to-fail-before-kindergarten/
Dr. Katherine McKnight‘s article on why improv works in the classroom: http://www.edcircuit.com/teaching-learning-begins-with-yes-and/
Angela Stockman‘s wonderful piece on “Building Better Writers” http://www.edcircuit.com/building-better-writers/
Ryan Schaaf’s new podcast on reinventing learning for the digital generation: http://www.teachthought.com/podcast/teachthought-ep-81-reinventing-learning-kids-different-today/