Coffee Talk

This past weekend I hosted a little "Coffee Talk" over on my FB page.



I had so much fun chatting with the teachers who stopped by.  And I felt like a lot of their questions deserved more than just a little blurb of a response.  So I'm going to blog about a few of these things in greater detail over the next few weeks.


Here's a list of things we came up with...



I figured I'd check in with you guys too and see if there's anything you'd like me to add to the list?!  Just leave a comment and let me know!  

Have a great Monday!





14 comments:

  1. Love this list...I'd love to hear about A Day in the Life and any brilliant teacher hacks to save time :)
    Thanks for asking! Jen

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  2. Great list! I just wanted to add that I love that mug.

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  3. Awesome list! I would love to hear how you organize assessment data for each standard! Thanks for sharing all of your great ideas! I love reading your blog!

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  4. Looks great! It would be fun if some of these were linky parties so we could get tons of other ideas too. Just a thought!
    Rambling About Reading

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  5. I can't wait to read your upcoming posts!

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  6. You are such a fabulous teacher and I can't wait to hear all you have to say on these topics! Especially guided reading/the workshop model/managing centers, as my literacy block is a big mishmash of all those things :)

    Paige
    Paiges of Learning

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  7. I agree with all of the above. :)

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  8. Hi Cara! You are my favorite blogger & I wish you would make more clip art!! My question would be regarding your science program - what do you do with your kids? Hands - on? Do you use a textbook? How much time are you able to devote to science per week? Or do you have a separate science teacher in your building? Thanks so much - can't wait to read more of your coffee talk!!
    Sue
    Science for Kids Blog

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  9. I love reading your blog and look forward to reading posts on these topics, thanks for sharing and caring for other teachers and children around the world!

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  10. Ooh, I can't wait to read all those upcoming blogposts, especially the Alphabet Introduction!

    Love to Learn

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  11. I really enjoyed this post! This is only my second year of teaching and I have a very small room! Both years, my word wall has not been conveniently located, however, I make it a point to add it to my morning routine where we go through and read all of the words on the word wall by letter. Next year, I think I will definitely have to try and find a space to make it more interactive. Thank you for your advice! I talked with you a little bit on your coffee morning chat about your mentor program but afterward, I read a lot of other questions you were answering. I must say, I am very excited to read your upcoming blog posts about topics some people were curious about! Thanks for sharing:)

    ~Kayla
    Kayla in the Classroom

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  12. I would love to hear more about math stations and intervention. Where can I find the info???

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  13. I really enjoyed this post. Looking forward to the math stations and intervention. I am excited about math and education.

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  14. Thank you very much and I will look forward to learning with you! You are amazing and soo kind to share. I would love to learn more about writer's workshop and math workshop, please! I need to be a much better hands on science teacher too!

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