Happy Monday! Hopefully you all had a wonderful weekend and were able to get caught up on grading and lesson plans. Does the work of a teacher ever end? I can imagine there are quite a few of you saying "No!" to your computer screens.
As I compiled my favorite tweets for today's link love post, I noticed that many of the articles emphasize reading and writing. I guess I wasn't completely unbiased when picking out articles from the thousands of education tweets published last week! Despite the reading and writing theme, these articles are incredible resources for any educator.
Student 2.0: Blogging is the new way to journal via @edmodo
Blogging can be a powerful writing tool for students. See how blogging can become not only a creative escape for students but cultivate a love for writing!
Seven Reasons Why Every Educator Should Blog via @WiredEducator
These seven reasons will get you itching to start your very own blog!
103 Things to do Before/During/After Reading via @write_to_learn
A collection of activities for enhancing reading and writing instruction in the classroom! The only thing missing is a vocabulary activity!
Moments That Make Teaching Worth It via @TeachHub
A feel-good article about the moments that make being a Teacher worth it! It's the little things that make being an educator awesome!
Are you ready to Read for the Record? Pledge to read here! via @sadlierschool
Jumpstarts' Read for the Record is October 6th! Have you made the pledge?