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Top Downloads from 18! (No Swans a Swimming…)

A conspicuous absence of pipers piping or maids a milking…and we’re fresh out of turtle doves  What we do have, however are the TOP DOWNLOADS OF 2018!  Yippee!  Better than five golden rings (well, maybe not golden rings) but surely more compelling than a partridge just sitting in a pear tree.

So, settle in & warm up those fingers for clicking…(These are all free!)

The wonderfully talented Carolyn DeCristofano’s STEM literacy resources for books such as The Sun & the Moon and Rosie Revere have been a big hit!  To spotlight her unique work, we’ve got an encore performance of her podcast, What Would Leonardo DaVinci Do?  Podcast:  https://myedexpert.com/category/podcasts/
Carolyn’s resources:  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/bhstemed/

All of Todd Stanley’s resources have been highly regarded by educators, but especially his Trading Game & The Unopened Gift.
Todd’s resources:  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/twosox21/

Kristina Smekens:  From her Bell Ringers to “Kick Off Writing Units With Mentor Text,” her contributions have been SO appreciated by teachers.  They are all fabulous:
Kristina’s resources:  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/kristina-smekens/

There will surely be another rush for this favorite: Denis Sheeran‘s Pi Day package.  Don’t miss out!
Link:  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/dsheeran/

Super popular! Angela Stockman‘s Firestarters,Idea Generators, and other resources.

Don’t Take No (or Yes!) For an Answer:  The Art of Inquiry, by the amazing Laurel Schmidt is a consistently frequent download.  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/thanelaurel/

100 Ideas for Activating Student Voice by Dr. Rick Jetter. Ready-to-go ideas to bring students into the conversation about what’s going on at school.

Dr. Katie McKnight’s resources just keep getting downloaded. Especially her Literacy for Math, Science and Technical Subjects and her Snap Chat station.

Jerry Burkhart’s 10+1 tool contains quick ideas to make math tasks deeper and more meaningful.  All grade levels.

Thanks for supporting best practices in teaching and leading!

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