Things I’m Loving, Volume 8

I like to wrap up my week with a summary of the things I’m loving that support my learning and leading.

  • #TCRWP: I have written before about my love of Twitter chats and hashtags in general. Recently, I am loving this hashtag in particular. Teacher’s College Reading & Writing Project was one of the best experiences I had as a teacher. Over the last two weeks as teachers from across the world traveled to NYC to learn from the best of the best, I read their tweets enviously. I also learned through their sharing, which is the power of social media!
  •  Professional Reading: Though I work year-round in my current position, summer time does provide me a little more freedom and flexibility. With that I have been able to put a small dent in my growing pile of professional reading material. I am currently reading snippets of all of the following: The Differentiated Classroom, 2nd edition, by Carol Ann Tomlinson; Teaching with Poverty in Mind by Eric Jensen; and  Number Talks: Helping Children Build Mental Math and Computation Strategies by Sherry Parrish. There are many more titles on my to-be-read list that I hope to tackle… someday!

What are you loving lately?

Previous Things I’m Loving posts:

Volume 7, America the Beautiful

Volume 6, Infographics, Google Drive, Quick Learning

Volume 5, Firefighters, Twitter & Feedly

Volume 4, Connections & PLN (Stand up desk fun!)

Volume 3, Math, ASCD, Anticipation

Volume 2, Protocols, colleagues, reading to students, Slice of Life blogs

Volume 1, Elena Aguilar, PD, Outlook calendars, blogs

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About Amy's Reflections

Director of Educational Services in Southern CA, taking time to reflect on leadership and learning
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