Thank you to Kristen H. Turner (@teachKHT) and Troy Hicks (@hickstro) for hosting tonight’s chat! Check out the archive for lots of great info about connected reading! Link to archive.
Recently, a friend of Kristen’s on Facebook posted a GIF that showed the evolution of a desk. In 1980 the desk was covered with items: books, newspapers, magazines; a fax, phone, stapler and tape dispenser; a rolodex, clock, globe, calendar, and bulletin board; and a computer and phone. One by one the items on the ...
Thank you to @shawnacoppola for kicking off a great year of #engchat! Tonight we focused on being subversive and rocking the boat a little. You can view the Storify archive embedded below or by clicking this link. [View the story “#engchat archive 9/14/15″ on Storify]
Our first #engchat of the school year will be held next Monday, September 14th, at 7pm. It will be hosted by Shawna Coppola (@shawnacoppola). The remainder of the schedule is being tweaked and will be published in the next few days. Hello #engchat friends! As educators, we tend to be natural rule-followers. We ...
Over the next few weeks teachers will make their way back to their classrooms and students, setting aside their summer work, reading, and PD to pick up their lesson plans, reading, and assessments. Every year brings new and exciting changes in our classrooms and this year the same will be true of #engchat. The amazing ...
Thanks for joining us for the final #engchat of the year! Be sure to check out the archive for some news about next year! Link to archive.
Thanks to @arielsacks for hosting tonight’s chat which focused on letting our student’s explore in the English classroom. Archive link.
Thanks to @TchrAnnie and @jhblock for hosting tonight’s #engchat! Why does art matter? How can integrating the arts expand learning exp for students? Link to archive.
Thanks for a great #engchat last night! Special thanks to @ThnkImmigration and @_briank_ for hosting a great chat about how digital stories on #immigration build empathy and understanding complex issues! Link to archive.
Thank you to Diana Neebe and Jen Roberts for a leading tonight’s conversation about teaching at the intersection of literacy and technology. The archive is full of ideas of how putting technology in the hands of our students can transform teaching and learning in the English classroom. Link to archive.