literacyeverywhere

Saving the World Through Literacy!

About

Welcome to Literacy Everywhere!

As we grow and evolve, we strive to gather the best literacy news, information, and tips for both inside and outside of the classroom.

We will post ideas, what we’re reading, and what we find interesting or cool in education. We will chat with literacy leaders, authors, teachers, and parents. We will gather research and best practices and make them accessible to everyone who shares our love of literacy.

Stick with us as we aspire to our goal of Saving the World Through Literacy!


3 responses to “About

  1. Kathy Brotherton says:

    Hi! I am an 8th grade Language Arts teacher in Birmingham, Alabama and I found your site on twitter through following Austin Kleon- I have purchased Austin Kleon’s book and would like to try his blackout poetry writing with my students. I noticed that you did this with your students, and I was wondering if you would share your lesson plan with me-i.e, materials used, intro, etc… I enjoy your tweets and appreciate your enthusiasm for teaching!
    Kathy Brotherton
    kbrotherton@shelbyed.k12.al.us

  2. Krisca Te says:

    Hi there,

    I am a frequent reader of your blog and have seen you feature infographics from time to time. Anyway, I recently have had a chance to be involved in the development of one. You can find it here: http://newsroom.opencolleges.edu.au/learning-analytics-infographic/.

    Let me know what you think. And if you can feature it on your blog, I’d be really ecstatic! 😀

    Thanks.

    Krisca C. Te
    Open Colleges, Sydney

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