I was flying back home from presenting a literacy seminar in Cleveland the evening of Friday, March 13th (eerie, huh?) when I heard schools in Virginia would close beginning Monday as our country experiences the first pandemic in over 100 years. Our lives instantly changed. I could no longer present my live seminars or support elementary schools for the remainder of the school year. As a spring baby, I celebrated my first birthday ever in quarantine. I have been able, however, to work on my next book, pivot the impact of my company, and write more articles to support educators and business owners at home. Here is a round up of the articles from March to present day. Here’s hoping it provides additional inspiration and motivation to you!
- No Protocol in a Pandemic: How Educators Respond
- Literacy Needs to be at the Forefront of Education When Schools Reopen
- 5 Things that Should Be Done to Improve the U.S. Education System
- Heroes of Covid Crisis: How Kathryn Starke has help to Tackle Children’s Literacy at Home
- 5 Powerful Benefits of Reading To Your Child
- How to Teach Reading Fluency
- How To Help Older Students with Reading Comprehension
- Tackle Reading at Home Kicks Off Today
- Tackle Reading 2020
- Decodable vs. Leveled Books: What’s the Difference?
- Should All Teachers Loop with Their Same Students in the Fall?
- When Schools Resume
Work at Home Life Balance
- Tips for Parents Now Educating at Home
- How to Balance Work and Homeschooling So You Don’t Get Stressed
- How to Overcome Literacy Issues in Your Family
- You Tube Video: Parents are our Children’s First Teachers