Links I Loved Last Week: A Round-up of Online Reading 7/26/15

Sunday Salon

George Couros poses 3 Questions to Drive Passion-Based Learning.

I’m crazy about Donalyn Miller’s positioning of book lovers of patrons of the arts. In this post, she shares several ways that we can “become invested children’s literature supporters.”

Want to write a Newbery winner? Maybe it’s all in the title.

Amy at Three Teachers Talk rounded up some titles mentioned in a recent #poetrychat–all poems that inspire writing.

Cathy shares a thoughtful post asking How Can We More Effectively Manage Multiple Social Networks?

Mindshift has a guide to bringing playfulness back into the high school classroom. Yes, please!

The Cornerstone recommends 12 podcasts for teachers.

In every area of my life, I’m a fixer. I need to read Robyn Gobbels’s smart parenting post Stop Fixing. Be at least once a day!

I never need new book recommendations because my TBR pile is always overflowing. But Book Riot’s 5 Women Writers Who Want You to Go Exploring has me itching to buy some new books.

2 thoughts on “Links I Loved Last Week: A Round-up of Online Reading 7/26/15

  1. Thanks for including a mention of my post about managing social media networks. I always find it interesting to read the preferences and plans of others.


  2. Pingback: It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #imwayr 7/27/15 | the dirigible plum

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