I am excited that after the next 20 days I will change schools for the next school year. I am dually licensed in special education and K-6 regular education. I also have Library Media Specialist endorsement but have not been lucky enough to secure a job as LMS as of yet. Hopefully, one day I will be able to do that as well. Anyway, I am moving back to gen ed next year as a 2nd grade teacher. I am excited for a change not necessarily from sped to gen ed but a change in schools and in what I am doing right now. I have been in my current school for six years and sometimes to continue to grow and develop you need a change. It is time for this to happen for me. I am looking forward to a fresh start and a new endeavor.
To prepare for this I have been brushing up on setting procedures and routines, classroom management, etc. I am refreshing my knowledge of Whole Brain Teaching and other things. It's different teaching a whole classroom of students 20 to 25 of these eager beings than a small group setting. So, I want to make sure I am at the top of my game to have the best year ever in my new school.
Along those lines, I was looking for a suggestion for a good book study this summer. I came across this link.
12 Books to Help You Totally Hack Teaching in 2017
I have a couple of those books already: Teach Like a Champion and the Whole Brain Teaching one. So, not those two but are there any of these books that anyone can recommend? Or are there any that anyone else would be interested or willing to do a book study on with me? Maybe you have a blog as well and we could share postings on chapters. Of that list the ones that stood out to me are: Teaching Smarter and Helping Children to Succeed. All of them sound good for one reason or another. What do you think? What stands out to you?
Well, hopefully some will reach at to me to give me their opinions. If not here on my facebook page. Going Frananas Facebook Page -- Click here to go there! I'm at 95 likes! Help me get to 100 and I will offer a freebie for getting 100 likes! It's only 5. Don't you have 5 friends who would be willing to like my page?
Have a great weekend.