August 16th, 2011
Here are a couple of interesting Stenhouse-related tidbits from around the blogosphere:
Mike McQueen at Reading on the Run recently conducted an in-depth interview with Cris Tovani. The interview focuses mostly on Cris’s book I Read It but I Don’t Get It. Listen to the interview and then make sure to check out Cris’s latest book So What Do They Really Know. The book is now available for full preview on the Stenhouse site!
Sara Fillion wrote a lovely review of Day by Day: Refining Writing Workshop Through 180 Days of Reflective Practice on the Responsive Classroom website. “Day-by-Day is not only an excellent resource but also a really fun read for anyone who teaches writing,” Sara says. Read the full review here.
If you ever wanted to explore the virtual reality of Second Life, here is a great reason to do so! Julie D. Ramsay, author of “Can We Skip Lunch and Keep Writing?” will host a virtual book discussion beginning August 22. You can find out more about the event here.
Check out this video clip of Rick Wormeli discussing his book Differentiation: From Planning to Practice, Grades 6-12. And if you had doubts that Rick was a multi-talented author, here is another proof: a song that he co-wrote with Monte Selby. You can listen to the song here.
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