Is there an ed book that lead you to a great "Aha" about learning, teaching, literacy, students?
Have you shifted your classroom practice or a perspective about education because of something you read, even an article or quote?
Here are a couple ed books that helped shape my identity as an educator:
Reading Reasons, by Kelly Gallagher. This is a fantastic book, filled with mini-lessons and activites to share with your relunctant and struggling middle- and high school readers.
You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train, by Howard Zinn. Teaching does not happen in a vacuum, and teaching public education often means we are engaged full-throttle in social justice.Which ed books, quotes, articles, authors have helped shape your teaching?
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