Five interesting online articles to get you thinking about next year.
Looking for something to read this summer? Here are a few sorta-teaching-related texts I’ve enjoyed.
One of my goals for 2015 was to read 48 books. Out of those, here are 3 that you might enjoy, and that tangentially relate to gifted education:
Here are three episodes podcasts I’ve listened to in the past month that particularly blew my mind. Only the first is specifically related to classrooms, but the others could definitely inspire your teaching.
Podcasts are my biggest source of inspiration. The hosts and guests often remind me of gifted kids: self-starters with independent streaks who are deeply interested in unusual topics. Here are three top-notch episodes I’ve listened to recently.
With Halloween approaching, it’s a great time to expose students to some spooky classics. Lucky for us, many of these stories are in the public domain and freely available in many formats.
The public domain is a rich collection of creative works whose copyrights have expired. More than ever we have incredible access to this art and literature. Public domain images and writings add depth to lessons and expose students to classic works.