Lexington Hendricks, a South Carolina High School teacher, shares how you can ensure that your classroom libraries are accessible and culturally sustaining.Read more "Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy and the Classroom Library"
James Campbell, a South Carolina High School Spanish teacher, shares how his students questioned an element of culture and re-imagined a highly recognizable piece of Mexican culture.Read more "Lotería: The Reimagining"
Mr. Steven Jernigan, a South Carolina English Language Arts teacher, explores how pairing YA novels with the literature curriculum creates a more culturally sustaining and responsive classroom.Read more "Seeing Themselves in the Text: Exploring How Critical Literacy Aids in Student’s Examining Their Position in the Spaces They Occupy"
Antoinetta J. Rogers, a South Carolina High School English teacher, explores the impact of using the correct pronunciation of student names as a culturally responsive practice.Read more "What’s in a Name?"
Shanna Towery, a South Carolina middle school ELA teacher, explores how to revive PLCs through designing creating a collaborative environment centered on students.Read more "Collaboration Through Student-Centered PLCs"
Victoria Young, a South Carolina teacher, shares three tips to increase student collaboration in the virtual classroom.Read more "Student Collaboration in the Virtual Classroom"
Charlene Aldrich, a retired South Carolina Literacy professor, explores the obstacles to collaboration as she provides ways educators can participate in intradisciplinary collaboration, grade level collaboration and syncrhonous school-wide collaboration.Read more "Misery Loves Company or Better Together?"
Meagan Wagner, a literacy coach for a middle/high school in South Carolina, shares how Covid-19 has impacted the way she collaborates with teachers to best meet the needs of students and teachers, in her role as literacy coach.Read more "Literacy Coaching During A Pandemic"
Dr. Greenstein explores developing students as self-assesors, shares the SOAR model as a means to help students development self-assessment skills.Read more "DEVELOPING STUDENTS AS SELF-ASSESSORS"
Dr. Britnie Dilinger Kane explores project based inquiry as a means to support students’ disciplinary literacy.Read more "The Advantages of Inquiry: Equity and the Economy"