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Elementary teachers in summer! How are you taking a break and how can you fill your teacher bucket? Adam and Deedee talk about some professional learning opportunities for kindergarten and first-grade teachers. They offer suggestions on books to read and conferences that will get them excited for next year!
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Deedee Wills and Adam Peterson have a love for all things teacher-y! Join them every Monday for the latest episode of The Classroom Collaborative Podcast.
Deedee Wills is an early childhood educator, instructional coach, and international educational consultant. She is also the author of the award-winning blog, Mrs. Wills Kindergarten.
Elementary teachers in summer! How are you taking a break and how can you fill your teacher bucket? Adam and Deedee talk
Deedee and Adam continue their discussion on the Science of Reading. Specifically, they discuss blending and segmenting best practices. Deedee was asked
How Much Time Should a Phonics Lesson Take? Deedee and Adam discuss an article by Tim Shanahan where he answers the question
Deedee and Adam continue to talk about the Science of Reading and specifically get into the differences between sound walls and word
Deedee and Adam discuss the Science of Reading and how it affects leveled texts in kindergarten and first grade. Many teachers continue
Deedee and Adam discuss social-emotional learning with Elizabeth Coller. Elizabeth is a kindergarten teacher in California and teaches in a Montessori-inspired charter
Teaching writing to PreK, kindergarten, and first-grade students can be challenging. Deedee is joined by the author of Patterns of Wonder, Whitney
Is Homework in Kindergarten Appropriate? We get this question frequently. The answer is sometimes and it depends! In this episode, Deedee