Currently: I am an independent Literacy Consultant. My comments are my own. I love to read and dearly love my ereaders . . . all of them because my books are NOT stacking up everywhere! High school football and wrestling are my two favorite sports and I am often found at music events as well! My new loves of my life are my grandsons.
Life-long Learner: In my MANY years in education, I have had one summer where I did not take classes myself. That was the summer that my husband returned from overseas service for Desert Storm when our son was a year old. Every other summer, I have taught classes and taken classes. It is very important, to me, to model being a life-long learner. Because of my belief system it is also important that I model writing, and therefore, this blog is a tool to continue to enhance and publicly share my writing skills (and in March of 2014 – March of 2022 this meant daily blogging for the Slice of Life Challenge with Two Writing Teachers and weekly blogging the remainder of each year).
Former Roles: Teacher (classroom 4th grade, special education K-12, college), elementary principal, K-12 curriculum development, and K-12 professional development coordinator as well as adjunct graduate instructor for over 20 years and AEA Literacy Consultant for 19 years
Twitter: @franmcveigh (Hashtagschats I follow: Co-moderator #G2Great – Thursday nights at 7:30 CT #booklove #tcrwpcoaching #NNNchat #educoach – Wednesday nights at 9:00 CT #IAedchat)(Book chats have included: #NNNchat #wrrdchat #FILWCloseReading and multiple books with #educoach)
Recently, I have been exploring the use of technology to enhance learning. It is an interesting journey!
What’s your passion? How would I know?
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Hi, I love your Shared Reading Weekly Planning Template. Are you willing to share all 5 days? My district is new to the RUOS and the teachers are asking for a “cheat sheet” for shared reading. Some newer teachers also want to know other choices for shared reading after the first week. I have given them ideas but not specific titles. Did you provide your staff with that as well?
Thanks in advance. I’m excited to check out more of your blog!
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Good afternoon, I too really love your shared reading template, and would love to access a editable version ! Even through I am teaching fourth grade, our reading curriculum focuses on shared reading. I would be immensely grateful for any resources you might have! You have a wonderful blog – thank you for your tremendous work.
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