Apr 27, 2022
Leading small reading groups is an important part of your day whether you’re a lower or upper elementary teacher. Yet, it’s a skill that many of you probably didn’t receive much training on in University. Whether you're brand new to teaching, or you've been teaching for multiple years, it's fantastic to be able to learn from other teacher experts who have been where you are and have figured this out. That’s why you’re going to love the amazing tips and tricks that my guests, Alison Ryan and Sara Marye, have to share with you to help you get the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to time with your students.
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