Monthly Archives: July 2016

Newsletters You Can Use

Just a reminder: You can read or download my Educating America newsletters and the accompanying downloads for free from this very site. Look to the top of this blog. Scan across and click on: Return to Educating America. Whether you are an educator, a para educator, a parent, or a community volunteer, you will find… Read More »

Summer Reading List

For most teachers and educational assistants it’s time for a summer break; a time to kick back and relax after a busy year. Now’s the time to checkout summer reading related to schools and education. Here are a couple of interesting ones I’ve found. How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core: 7 Key… Read More »

New Product Announcement

Today I’m looking ahead to the fall and a new school year, I’ve created a new product for educators and assistants. It’s my flipbook, deconstructed! My web person has taken 18 student pages of the flipbook and made each into 8.5 x 11 mini-posters. Each can be used as reminders on our student expectations in… Read More »