If time is money, here are six more ways to feel well-compensated: Continue reading

Ready for six more grading hacks? Let’s take a field trip this week as we talk about the importance of keeping you whole. Continue reading

One of my weaknesses as an English teacher is that I’m not particularly well-read when it comes to YA titles. When a kid asks what his next SSR book should be, I’m a bit flummoxed. Continue reading

PLEASE NOTE: The contest has now ended. Congrats to our drawing winners, Jennifer Janis and JLW! Thanks, everyone! To celebrate the Back to School season, two lucky blog readers will win have won a $10 gift card courtesy of our friends at TpT. Here’s how to win: 1. Enter your email address in the bar at the […]

I know, I know, it’s only the beginning of August, but it really is time to dry off from the pool and start thinking about the fall. I’ve added lots of new items over the past few months, including a 5-pack of Listen & Learn podcast-based lessons, a bunch of author biography research organizers, and the […]

Ready for six more grading hacks? Here’s episode #2 of my new YouTube series designed to help you reduce grading time Continue reading

The calendar isn’t lying to us; it really is time to update the syllabus and get into that back-to-school frame of mind. You might be curious how I run the show, so here’s a copy of my course outline along with an episode from my classroom management series discussing the eight words that comprise my classroom rules. Continue reading