Highlights of 2022: In Case You Missed It

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Highlights of 2022: In Case You Missed It This post shares highlights of┬áTeach Better blog posts in 2022. Categories for posts include SEL, Management, Instructional practices, Connections & Collaboration, Development & Improvement, Leadership, Self-Care, Reflection, and monthly series. SEL Carrying Heavy Things: Support Our Students by Matthew J. Bowerman The Secret of Building Resilient Kids by Pamela Hall Random Acts … Read More

So, You Want to Write a Book?

PJ CaposeyBlog, Connect Better, Reflect Better, Teacherpreneur Better

TL;DR: If you want to write a book, there are certain things you should know. Anyone who wants to write a book should consider the 6 main “Ps”- prospectus, publishers, product, partners, promotion, and payment. Understanding these components will help give you the means to write your book and share your words with the world. So, You Want to Write … Read More

Taking the Leap: Becoming a Published Author

Debbie TannenbaumBlog, Connect Better, Reflect Better, Teacherpreneur Better

TL;DR: Everyone has a story to tell. You have a book waiting inside of you. Start writing regularly. Don’t be afraid to reach out to publishers even before your book is complete. This year, I not only celebrated my birthday, but also celebrated the publication of my book, TRANSFORM-Techy Notes to Make Learning Sticky. If you had asked me four … Read More

6 Things That Helped Me Write a Book

Carly SpinaBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Lead Better, Reflect Better, Teacherpreneur Better

TL;DR: Carly Spina, a new author, has a newly published book called Moving Beyond for Multilingual Learners: Innovative Supports for Linguistically Diverse Students. Below you will find six things that helped Carly write her book. Social media can be a source of inspiration to share and develop ideas and improve our practice. There are six things that helped to write … Read More