Monday Musings: February Writing & Podcast Review

The second month of 2019 is in the books. It is one of my favorite months of the year because it is the month when my sons were born. Even though I was planning a birthday party, which isn’t happening until this weekend, I still managed to record a few podcasts and write some articles. Check out my work below!

2/26/2019 Educators, When Black History Month Comes to an End, Continue to Use Diverse Texts
2/22/2019 Battle of the Books Pros and Cons. Is This Competition Really Worth the Time?
2/21/2019 Teachers, Stop Provoking Students
2/20/2019 When Kids are Traumatized at School
2/19/2019 Beyond Black History Month
2/18/2019 Governor Holcomb, Where are the Teachers on Your Teacher Compensation Commission?
2/17/2019 Literacy and Libraries are Intertwined, so Why do Schools Keep Cutting Librarian Jobs Especially in Schools Where Students are Mostly of Color?
2/14/2019 Build a Love of Reading on International Book Giving Day
2/6/2019 Elwood, Indiana Superintendent Resigns
2/1/2019 World Read Aloud Day 2019
2/10/2019 Why School Father & Daughter Dances are Antiquated

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