Browsing All posts tagged under »Teacher Research«

Artifact Analysis: Daily Lesson Plans

June 19, 2017

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One of the artifacts that has a lot of information in it is the document with my Daily Lesson plans. I make one Google document for each class for each trimester, and I project it on the screen each day, displaying the day’s learning goal, instructions, due dates, and announcements. I haven’t yet, but in […]

Photo Essay: Artifact Analysis

June 17, 2017

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Artifact analysis is a big part of teacher research. As I was working on analyzing artifacts, I remembered that when I started doing teacher research, I wasn’t really sure what the term “artifact” meant. Since this series is in part a demonstration of the research process for teachers who are new to T-R, I thought […]

Artifact Analysis: Finished Book Lists 2017

June 16, 2017

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“What happens when I make Independent Reading a high priority in my classroom?” Now that I’ve considered the numbers of books my students have read, I’m wondering about what kinds of books they read. I get a second copy of the finished book lists and get out the highlighters. I brainstorm categories to look for […]

What’s here? What am noticing?

June 15, 2017

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Research Memo 3: “What happens when I make Independent Reading a high priority in my classroom?” I copy my three Daily Lesson documents, one for each trimester of ELA9, into one document and begin to brainstorm concepts and themes I’m interested in excavating for and wondering how I might locate data on those topics. This […]

Calm Down & Learn Better: Mindfulness Practices in the ELA classroom

October 8, 2016

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We’re a caring circle of friends, and this is one way we can care for ourselves and others

Mindful Medicine

September 24, 2016

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I reflect on the possibility that by using mindfulness practices, my students might change their minds and change their lives--and that more doctors might save more lives.

I’m Back…After an Unexpected Hiatus

August 11, 2016

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I am relieved and excited to be able to raise my voice here again.