Links I Loved Last Week: A Round-up of Online Reading 5/3/15

Sunday Salon

Sharon Davison, who has been a classroom teacher for 32 years, reflects on what she has learned over her long career.

Looking for some good education Twitter chats to follow? TeachThought compiles a list of some of the best. (Check out the comments too.)

I learn a lot about using tech in my classes from Teen Librarian Toolbox. So glad to see they’ve created an index of all their posts on technology.

I’ve been using a very basic version of bullet journaling this semester to organize my to-do list. Kelly Jensen’s post on bullet journaling gives me some ideas for making my own system a little more robust and effective.

I’m still on the coloring book bandwagon. If you want to hop on too, order one of the coloring books for grown-ups recommended by Huffington Post.

I wish Jason Reynolds would do 30 more days of poetry. Thug is one of my favorites of the month.

Lots of good YA books recommended in this post about YA Characters in Love with Poetry.

Michele has some terrific ideas for organizing your book room.

Not sure what to read this summer? Donalyn Miller shares her list of the best books of the year so far.





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