Thursday, March 12, 2009
Keith Schoch, USA, Primary, Secondary, Reading
Keith Schoch is a professional educator specializing in professional development for organizations such as the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA), the New Jersey Association of Supervision and Curriculum Design (NJASCD), the New York State Reading Association (NYSRA), and the American Camping Association (ACA).
Keith Schoch is the author of The Salvation Army Eastern Territory Camp Staff Orientation and Training Manual which is used in Salvation Army day and resident camps throughout the Northeastern United States.
He continues to be involved with that organization’s camping ministry through leadership development and staff in-services on such topics as behavioral interventions, programming, training, and camper and staff recruitment.
Teach With Picture Books
Picture book summaries, guiding questions, and cross-curricular extensions, as well as links to other sites promoting teaching with pictures.
Teaching that Sticks
Teaching that Sticks owes its title and its purpose to the remarkable book Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die by Chip and Dan Heath. As educators, whether in the classroom or in the training room, we are constantly seeking ways to give our ideas "stickiness," a term coined in The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell. This blog is intended to share one teacher's insights and observations about small ways to make teaching stick.
How to Teach a Novel
Here you'll find book recommendations, teaching articles and links, as well as occasional original teaching aids.
Theme: picture books, reading, reading instruction, literacy, resources, language arts, multicultural, teaching with themes, 21st century skills, teaching reading, made to stick, teaching strategies, stickiness, innovation, retention, motivation, concrete, story, simple, professional resources