Listen on Episode 10 as I talk with one of the Literacy GREATS!- Jenn Serravallo!
I'm still pinching myself that I actually got to talk with her!
Listen as we talk about some big ideas from conferring, goal setting, resources, digital trainings and much more!
You can learn more by visiting her Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJdvzdUumMR9mKrzGdkEolg/feed
Her Heinemann page: https://www.heinemann.com/authors/4575.aspx
Sign up for a FREE Webinar https://www.heinemann.com/pd/online/serravallo_webinars.aspx
Find her on Twitter @jserravallo
Join us next time for our discussion with Seidlitz education consultant: Valentina Gonzalez
In Episode 9 you will hear my discussion with Anna Baker. We talk about lots of great literacy topics and book lists you will want to revisit here:
Screencastify- how to record and share your screen https://www.screencastify.com/
The Ghost Boys Series by Jewell Parker Rhodes http://jewellparkerrhodes.com/children/books/ghost-boys/
Texas State Library Association: https://txla.org/
Texas Bluebonnet Master List https://txla.org/news/texas-bluebonnet-master-list-announced/
Texas 2 by 2 booklist: https://txla.org/tools-resources/reading-lists/2x2/current-list/
Mavericks Reading List: https://txla.org/tools-resources/reading-lists/little-maverick/current-list/
Coretta Scott King Award Books: from AALA https://aalbc.com/books/csk-list.php
or the CSK Blog: https://olos.ala.org/csk/
Learn more about Anna Baker using her twitter or instagram handle: @pmelibrolady
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On Episode 8 you'll hear my conversation with Coaching Leader, Pasha Goodman. She shares with us about her expertise in John Hattie's Visible Learning as well as Teach Like a Champion from Doug Lemov.
We also dive into some other great resources:
Eric Jenson: Teaching with Poverty in Mind
We Got This.: Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be by Cornelius Minor
Impact Teams by Paul Bloomberg
Joellen Killion: https://consulting.learningforward.org/team/joellen-killion/
The Teach Boost Blog: https://teachboost.com/
You can find Pasha on Twitter: @pgoodman529
Thanks for listening! Join us next time for Librarian Chat with Anna Baker!
Today we talk with Alison Ryan from Learning at the Primary Pond: https://learningattheprimarypond.com/
Alison and I dive into what works for primary intervention, is TPT a good resource for teachers to use, and how to design great products. She also details some amazing resources she offers including her webinars and small group support. Recently she launched her Kindergarten teacher literacy support group. Go to her website to learn more!
You can also find her on instagram @learningattheprimarypond
Other resources you'll here us discuss are listed below:
F& P's Benchmark Assessment System: https://www.heinemann.com/products/e07770.aspx
The Wilson Reading System https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/partnering-with-childs-school/instructional-strategies/wilson-reading-system-what-you-need-to-know?gclid=Cj0KCQjw-b7qBRDPARIsADVbUbVp1SVwAATLqoFJmVphGkwvTGF5NkYJk7MvImDM57I26GxBnw1GEOkaAkjFEALw_wcB
SPIRE reading intervention System: http://eps.schoolspecialty.com/products/literacy/reading-intervention/s-p-i-r-e-3rd-edition/about-the-program?gclid=Cj0KCQjw-b7qBRDPARIsADVbUbWO0BlCioeYbtdolyfsXCy5wt-5IZ44nvzNEdmUh1MXBOJfwNU5UvoaAmEgEALw_wcB
Words Their Way: https://www.pearson.com/us/higher-education/series/Words-Their-Way-Series/2281883.html
DK Leveled Readers: https://www.dk.com/us/category/learn-to-read/
Rigby PM leveled readers: https://www.hmhco.com/programs/rigby-pm-leveled-readers
Grammar Alive: A Guide for Teachers
by Bushra Bookstore
Learn more: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0814118720/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_gkjuDbRY2TC7C
Today I had the chance to chat with one of the great leaders from my past, Clementine Arana. You will hear just from this brief conversation how skilled she is in her work of being an instructional leader on campuses. She believes in using a coaching stance to lead others towards a growth mindset. Listen to our conversation and get some great nuggets for the leaders and teachers in your life!
We reference several leadership books and authors:
Jim Knight, one of my personal favorite books of his is Better Conversations. You can find him by following this link: http://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/author/jim-knight
The text Leverage Leadership: https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/leverage-leadership-a/9781118238929/
Richard Dufour: https://www.solutiontree.com/presenters/richard-dufour.html
Relay Training: https://relay.edu/
You can find Clementine Arana on Linked In
Thanks for listening in! See you next week!
Today we're delving into school leadership with one of my favorite principals and leadership role models, Dr. Kwabena Mensah. He is currently serving as an Assistant Superintendent in the Houston Area, and extremely knowledgable about how to grow leaders. You will thoroughly enjoy this discussion!
We reference Brene Brown's work on this episode, you can learn more about her from her website:
The following books are referenced in the podcast, and you can find them at these amazon links:
The Art of War by Sun Tzu
The Five Temptations of a CEO by Patrick Lencioni
We discuss personality assessments:
StrengthFinders by Clifton, you can learn more at the gallup website: https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us/strengthsfinder
True Colors Assessment, you can learn more at their website: https://truecolorsintl.com/the-four-color-personalities/
He is the president of the Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators, you can learn about this organization at their website: https://www.haabse.org/
He is also a leader within the Texas chapter of this organization. You can find out more about them at their website:
He will be presenting at the TAABSE conference in Dallas as well as the national conference in February 2020.
You can follow him using his twitter handle @drkwabena
Listen in as I interviewed my "teacher Bestie!", Amy Bassett, who just happens to be a well known master teacher. She is fantastically skilled at building relationships with students and coworkers. This is a real-world strategies and tips episode, with some heart-warming stories of student connections and impact you will enjoy!
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On this episode Lindsey joins me to discuss how to select books for your classroom library. We discussed a wide range of topics related to book selection from book levels to how to know if your school's program is developing.
We discussed Lucy Calkin's Units of Study. You can learn more about this product on Lucy's site: http://www.unitsofstudy.com/
We reference the book list text: Books That Don't Bore Em by James Blasingame which can be found at many book sites online, here's the amazon site for it: https://www.amazon.com/Books-That-Dont-Bore-Generation/dp/0439919630
You will also hear the site referenced: https://nerdybookclub.wordpress.com/
Finally, you will find out more about Lindsey by following her on twitter: @kielmanlindsey
Be sure to listen in next week when we talk with Amy Bassett about building relationships.
In this episode we dive deep into campus reading goals with my guest Dawn Westfall. You will get some great tips for how to set goals and action steps to take towards achieving campus goals. You will also hear tips about how to support struggling readers.
The following resources are referenced:
Richard Allington's article from Educational Leadership by ASCD : What At- Risk Readers Need
You can view the full article here: http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational_leadership/mar11/vol68/num06/What_At-Risk_Readers_Need.aspx
The Fountas & Pinnell Literacy Continuum, Expanded Edition
A Tool for Assessment, Planning, and Teaching, PreK-8
We reference Marie Clay and you can find more of her work with Heinemann Publishers at https://www.heinemann.com/search/searchresults.aspx?s=all&q=marie%20clay
You can find more about Jan Richardson by following this link to her site: http://www.janrichardsonguidedreading.com/
Jenn Serravallo and her various resources can be found here: https://www.heinemann.com/authors/4575.aspx
Finally, the nonprofit Dawn Works with Books Between Kids: https://www.booksbetweenkids.org/
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Today in my conversation with Erika DelaOssa we dove deep into coaching and conferring both with teachers and students. She has such great insight into how these two are related and how they impact learners. She is currently a teacher leader in California but has worked in Texas as an instructional coach leader for a campus.
She refers to some great resources which are linked here:
Meenoo Rami's book: Thrive
John Seidlitz's Book: ELLs in Texas
Jenn Serravallo's Site from Heinnemann with all her resources:
To view these book covers and some other files created by Erika use this google link:
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