Today is launch day for the book, Motivating Readers: Teaching in the Post-Pandemic Era! In today’s episode, I share why I wrote the book and what I hope you will gain by reading the book.
Motivating Readers: Teaching in the Post Pandemic Era, is written for secondary ELA teachers. It acknowledges the challenges faced during the pandemic and emphasizes the need to address the learning gaps in student knowledge and adjust teaching strategies to meet the unique needs of today’s students. The book offers practical strategies, personal stories, and insights to engage students and bridge learning gaps. It advocates for a shift away from one-size-fits-all approaches, focusing on individualized education and student-centered learning. By leveraging existing knowledge and teaching methods, the book empowers teachers to make a positive impact for their students in the current educational landscape.
The book aims to support secondary ELA teachers in adapting to the post-pandemic needs of students. It provides actionable steps, real-world examples, and proven strategies to address learning gaps and motivate students. By emphasizing individualized education, student-centered learning, and the power of teachers to make a difference, the book empowers educators to navigate the challenges of today’s educational landscape and continue positively impacting their students.
Where to find the book
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