This discussion was originally posted by Virginia Williams in the NWEA Connection space. Lots of valuable resources so I wanted to be sure it was also shared in our Professional Learning Online space. Thanks for the great resources Virginia!
Everywhere I look, there are signs that it is back-to-school time. Summer break certainly seemed short this year, but I don't think that teachers ever really take a break. They always seem to be either preparing for the school year, in the school year, or preparing to close the school year.
This made me think of a few great blog articles that I have bookmarked that might be helpful for kicking off the new school year. Everyone is pressed for time, so we should take all the support we can get! I have chunked them into topics that you may find helpful.
The Florida Center for Reading Research has a helpful resources tab for centers
Bookworm Reading and Writing Curriculum also has open-source reading and math content. We hope that you find these resources helpful. If you have other favorite posts that you bookmark for back to school, add a comment below and tell us about it!