The first entry of the Pandemic Journal focuses on what the time away from school has changed about our daily lives in positive and negative ways.
With online learning starting, check out this collaborative idea of the Pandemic Journal for students to write about their time during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
Despite its slow start, The Andromeda Strain is starting to pick up and be more realistic. Check out the first book of the COVID-19 Stack!
Instead of one book this week, I created a stack of books I had on hand at home that related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Book Bracket 2020 has been postponed due to the upcoming shutdown of Michigan schools for the next three weeks due to COVID-19 concerns. Here are the results so far: Women’s History Month Region Wednesday, March 11 – The mouse asked for too many things, so Harper killed him off. (4) To Kill a Mockingbird –…
Book Bracket 2020 has been assembled and was revealed to my students today. The excitement is building as to which book will be chosen as the Book Bracket 2020 Champion. Below is a breakdown of the following regions and the seeds.
Lord of the Flies is this week’s Reading Roll Call feature. Check out why I’m reading it and hoping to do with this text in class.
This week’s Reading Roll Call book is one of the most popular books students choose out of the Classroom Library. I want to read it and find out why.
“RIP Kobe 💔💔💔” I was in disbelief when I saw a friend post on Instagram the picture and caption above of Kobe Bryant. I raced to Google to verify and, sure enough, there were news stories about Kobe Bryant’s death from a helicopter accident in California. I’ve never been an NBA fan or closely followed…
I’ve been catching up on the Murder Squad, a podcast hosted by Billy Jensen and Paul Holes. In a recent episode both hosts and Karen Kilgariff talk about Jensen’s book which is the focus of this week’s Reading Roll Call.