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International Edubloggers Directory The purpose of this site is to develop an up to date directory of edubloggers from around the world and provide an easy way to find out what other edubloggers ... 

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  • International Edubloggers Directory The purpose of this site is to develop an up to date directory of edubloggers from around the world and provide an easy way to find out what other edubloggers ...
    Posted Jan 8, 2011, 9:37 PM by Paul Ketko
  • Catch Readers Before They Fall This an interesting Blog by Katie Keier and Pat Johnson who co-rote: Catch Readers Before They Fall. Pat Johnson is the author of One Child at a Time. The ...
    Posted Jan 3, 2011, 11:52 PM by Paul Ketko
  • Two Writing Teachers Two Writing  Teachers Website is..... For teachers to be fueled with a passion for teaching, writing, and living. For teachers to see the latest in research and ways to apply ...
    Posted Jan 3, 2011, 11:53 PM by Paul Ketko
  • Mrs. Jones' Classroom: K-2 Resources for Teachers This Blog was created by Jennifer Jones, a K-2 IRT at Lake Myra Elementary School, Wake County, North Carolina. The site is full of reading workshop resources and much ...
    Posted Jan 3, 2011, 11:54 PM by Paul Ketko
  • A Reader's Community: A Reader's Workshop Blog Welcome to A Reader's Community We all know how important reading is, especially in schools. There are hundreds of workbooks, programs, readers and other teaching aids which will promise ...
    Posted Jan 3, 2011, 11:20 PM by Paul Ketko
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International Edubloggers Directory

posted Jan 8, 2011, 9:29 PM by Paul Ketko   [ updated Jan 8, 2011, 9:37 PM ]

The purpose of this site is to develop an up to date directory of edubloggers from around the world and provide an easy way to find out what other edubloggers are blogging about.

It provides a great way to search for specific educational blogs (i.e. reading, literacy, inquiry) - simply select the "search" tab and type in your search.

This site also includes a shared events calender and wiki site where members may add relevant dates and links to a central location, which will hopefully prove useful to all educators - both edubloggers and non edubloggers alike. I would encourage all members to contribute to these two areas as the more pooled information we have the better for everyone.

Members may also contact others on the directory through a group email address.

Hopefully everyone will enjoy using the site and be will able to make many useful connections. Please feel free to add any suggestions or recommendations for improvements by adding a comment.

Click here to view the site

Catch Readers Before They Fall

posted Jan 3, 2011, 11:23 PM by Paul Ketko   [ updated Jan 3, 2011, 11:52 PM ]


This an interesting Blog by Katie Keier and Pat Johnson who co-rote: Catch Readers Before They Fall. Pat Johnson is the author of One Child at a Time. The focus of the blog is about supporting struggling readers K-4

Their blog and book description can be located by clicking here





Two Writing Teachers

posted Jan 3, 2011, 3:54 PM by Paul Ketko   [ updated Jan 3, 2011, 11:53 PM ]

Two Writing  Teachers Website is.....
  • For teachers to be fueled with a passion for teaching, writing, and living.
  • For teachers to see the latest in research and ways to apply it in their classrooms.
  • For us to “practice what we preach” by sharing our own writing.
  • To bring writing teachers together to share ideas and stretch each other’s thinking.
  • To reflect on our teaching — celebrating when it goes well and working it out when it doesn’t.
Home
Fiction
Independent Writing Projects
Launching Writing Workshop
Literary Essay
Memoir
Personal Essay
Personal Narrative
Persuasive Writing
Poetry  
Writer's Notebooks

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Mrs. Jones' Classroom: K-2 Resources for Teachers

posted Jan 2, 2011, 11:54 PM by Paul Ketko   [ updated Jan 3, 2011, 11:54 PM ]

This Blog was created by Jennifer Jones, a K-2 IRT at Lake Myra Elementary School, Wake County, North Carolina. The site is full of reading workshop resources and much more. It's worth a look.

A Reader's Community: A Reader's Workshop Blog

posted Jan 2, 2011, 11:14 PM by Paul Ketko   [ updated Jan 3, 2011, 11:20 PM ]

Welcome to A Reader's Community
We all know how important reading is, especially in schools. There are hundreds of workbooks, programs, readers and other teaching aids which will promise to improve students reading. But here's a revolutionary idea - how about just letting the students read?
A Reader's Community allows you to access tools, book recommendations and ideas to run your own Reader's Workshop.

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