Write a Book: We All Have Stories to Share

Michael EarnshawBlog, Connect Better

TL;DR: Share your story! Find a writing time that works for you and show yourself compassion if you miss a session. Start sharing your writing by becoming a blogger for Teach Better! Believe in yourself. Skater Boi Turned Writer Ever since I was a young, little punk, skating around town, sporting a mohawk, and donning oversized shorts, ripped-up Vans skate … 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

You want to write a book? Here’s my experience.

David FrangiosaBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Lead Better, Reflect Better, Teacherpreneur Better

TL;DR: Author David Frangiosa shares his experiences about writing his book Going Gradeless, Grades 6-12: Shifting the Focus to Student Learning. He walks us through the process from developing an idea, writing a manuscript, peer review, chapter sequence, finding the right publisher for you, and what to do after your book is published. Writing a book has been one of … Read More