A Palette of Author Portfolios – Pick One…or grab the box!
What if an array of vibrant educational authors and experts could fit into one colorful box? In essence, our mission is just that. A gathering of ed authors in one place sharing original work – mostly open downloads, others for a modest price – but all offered by experts in their perspective fields.
So pick out your favorites and enjoy! We update daily on Twitter @myedexpert.
Laurel Schmidt has spent her career developing strategies that build creative and critical thinking in students. A prolific author, Laurel’s crayon box contains 13 open downloads that are quick, inspired grabs. From the “Art of Inquiry” to “How to Make Dead People Talk,” exploring her work with get the creativity going! https://myedexpert.com/vendor/thanelaurel/
Dr. Rick Jetter’s imaginative materials rival even the largest crayon box (120 colors, BTW.) Comparing leadership principles to fish and swim strokes? Yep. Now, he just added a conversation-starting poster to talk about adversity in any organization. Grab his 3 colorful open downloads! https://myedexpert.com/vendor/rjetter/
Dr. Katie McKnight has authored 16 books and facilitates PD worldwide. Her portfolio ranges from engaging stations to an open EBook on STEM literacy techniques to tips on using improv in the classroom. Color her creative…with broad strokes. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/katiemcknight/
From “The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf” to “The Trading Game” to “Socrates on Trial,” Todd Stanley‘s cross-curricular PBL approach ignites intrinsic learning and creative thinking. His portfolio is golden! https://myedexpert.com/vendor/twosox21/
Jerry Burkhart is NOT your typical math guy and his materials are representative of his philosophies on the math classroom. His mission is to nurture adventurous, independent, creative math thinkers. Jerry’s treasured work is OUT of the box and crafted for students ready for a math adventure. Check out his deep algebra projects and intrepid math problems. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/jburkhart/
Encore Mention – It’s That Important
Tired of the Same Old Remediation Practices (With the Same Old Results?)
A journal article about some Montreal educators with a different mindset and approach to closing gaps…and their promising results. Rather than see deficits, they focused on the possibilities! It’s in English – just scroll to page 37 for their story. https://fr.calameo.com/read/001898804de933eb6e8e4