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Three Questions You Should Be Asking Students to Build Teacher Credibility
Three Questions You Should Be Asking Students to Build Teacher Credibility

Whether we consider the effect size of teacher efficacy or annual state testing results, the bottom line is, if students don’t buy into our practice or the belief that they can be successful in our classroom, what else matters? Justin Stygles, teacher and author of the new book, I Hate Teaching, suggests three questions you should be asking your students to build trust and credibility with your students.

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Questions to Consider When Reading for Critical Comprehension
Questions to Consider When Reading for Critical Comprehension

This resource provides questions to consider when reading for critical comprehension to support your work as you and your students read against the text.

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Lesson 2: The Transcontinental Railroad
Lesson 2: The Transcontinental Railroad

This lesson helps students build their comprehension skills using the book Locomotive by Brian Floca.

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Book Study
Book Study

Welcome to the book study for Melanie Meehan and Kelsey Sorum's The Responsive Writing Teacher, Grades K-5: A Hands-on Guide to Child-Centered, Equitable Instruction. We have deliberately designed this book study to be collaborative so that most weeks the group is splitting the recommended in-class activities among the members of the book study.

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Lesson 1: Responding to Reading
Lesson 1: Responding to Reading

In this lesson from Text Structures and Fables, you'll learn how to help students get into a habit of generating a text-based, in-depth writing response. A helpful teaching note and student samples are included.

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Part 1: Building Strong Readers and Writers
Part 1: Building Strong Readers and Writers

In this introduction from Text Structures and Fables, Gretchen Bernabei and Jayne Hover outline the many ways fables are the perfect teaching tools to encourage thorough, exploratory thinkers and writers, and preview practical teaching methods to introduce fables to your classroom.

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Chapter One: Disrupting Pedagogy
Chapter One: Disrupting Pedagogy

Learn about the ubiquity of shame, shame in the classroom, from "good readers" to authentic readers, vulnerability as a path to authentic reading, and more in the first chapter of I Hate Reading

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Introduction: How to Approach This Book
Introduction: How to Approach This Book

"This book is an attempt to reconsider and reexamine reading joy, reading achievement, and affective processes. It is intended to help educators understand and implement the practices I discovered that mentor students through a process of becoming engaged in their reading development." - I Hate Reading

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Teaching Reading: Table of Contents and Introduction
Teaching Reading: Table of Contents and Introduction

"Welcome to the playbook that focuses on teaching reading to every child. This book integrates current research evidence across many aspects of reading instruction." - Teaching Reading

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How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction
How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction

Check out this podcast episode from author Melanie Meehan and Cult of Pedagogy.

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How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction
How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction

Check out this podcast episode from author Melanie Meehan and Cult of Pedagogy.

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