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We’ve Got You Covered…

Which of these “Teaching During a Pandemic” plans best describe your district’s current approach?

  1. Whatever email came in during the last 15 minutes
  2. We’re currently searching for our superintendent…we think we have a lead…more later
  3. The one being criticized in the news paper
  4. I’m not sure – I’m busy studying for my real estate license

Whether you’re teaching from the back of a bus, from home, at school virtually, or from an undisclosed location, here’s what we’ve got: amazing resources from educational authors that you can use straight up, tweak a little, or simply derive inspiration.  In other words, We’ve Got you Covered!

And guess what? Every single resource is free on our site.  Why? Because our authors have made them thus.

Angela Stockman has penned numerous books on teaching writing. Resources for all grade levels, including reflection questions, writing prompts, & opinion writing.  3 pages of resources are at your fingertips!   https://myedexpert.com/vendor/angelastockman/

Compelling lessons are the cornerstone of student motivation.  When work is valuable and compelling, students can attend for long periods of time…even on their own.  Todd Stanley’s resources are THE place to go for innovative tasks that immerse students in learning.    https://myedexpert.com/vendor/twosox21/

Carolyn DeCristofano is an elementary STEM expert. She has written numerous books, such as Running on Sunshine and A Black Hole is Not A Hole.  The resources she has posted for you include ready-to-use literacy guides for children’s STEM books.  So, all you’ll need is a) the book to read b) the downloadable guides.  Go!  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/bhstemed/

Summary Writing Frames, Bell Ringers, and 20 Ways to Add Details are all available in Reading/Literacy expert Kristina Smekens’ wonderful space.  Kristina has trained thousands of teachers across the country – grab those here:

Traits of Entrepreneurs is a lesson perfect for hybrid/remote learning for 8th up.  And for all grade levels, Suzy Pepper Rollins has created a vocabulary menu in which students chose a task for each day.  For leaders:  Planning for Gaps offers an approach for moving forward so that students don’t get caught in a “remediation trap.”  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/suzypepp/

Jerry Burkhart crafts innovative resources for high achieving math learners.  Jerry’s work inspires creativity and wonder in math thinkers.  He has graciously opened all these resources free of charge to educators.

So, hang in there!  We’ve got you covered.  And thanks to all of our authors for being so generous with their materials!

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