Links I Loved Last Week: A Round-up of Online Reading 6/21/15

Sunday Salon

The New York Times profiles one of my favorite nonfiction writers, Jenny Diski, who has been writing essays about living with terminal cancer for the London Review of Books.

Allison Berman gives advice on living a life filled with meaning and value in There Are No Hacks to a Meaningful Life.

Jess Lifshitz has written such a powerful end of the year letter to her students reflecting on what they have learned together and how that learning can be measured authentically.

I love how Amanda Zieba’s post on The Evolution of My Classroom Readaloud shows the ways that teachers reflect, tweak, revise, and improve classroom practices over time. Also, she shares tips for making read-aloud work more effectively and book recommendations!

Here’s a post I didn’t know I desperately need but do: Ten Picture Books with Resources about the Illustrators’ Processes.

Pernille Ripp shares 20 tips for creating passionate reading environments. I especially need the reminder about making more time for talk.

I continue to be obsessed with podcasts, and I’m looking forward to listening to some of the episodes recommended by River City Reading.

Leo Babauta has a lovely post about The Parent I Aspire To Be.







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