Hi, I’m Hannah! I teach kindergarten and I help other teachers bridge the gap between traditional kindergarten and 21st Century expectations.
Parent & Family Communication in 21st Century Kindergarten
Teaching online in 2020 has helped me learn that daily emails and weekly newsletters are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to good parent/family communication.
Lesson Planning in 21st Century Kindergarten
How can you plan when you don’t even know what the future holds? Lesson planning just isn’t what it used to be! If you’re looking to ease the lesson plan burden and bring your plans into the 21st Century, then sign up for 21st Century K’s new email series and workbook- https://mailchi.mp/21stcenturyk/cxip1npl3n
Online Learning in 21st Century Kindergarten
Are you struggling in the online teaching world? You’re not alone! However, I’m here to point out that all those gray clouds have silver linings. Be sure to sign up for the new email series from 21st Century K all about Planning in the 21st Century. https://mailchi.mp/21stcenturyk/cxip1npl3n
Classroom Libraries in 21st Century Kindergarten
In this episode we will talk about how this school year (more than ever!) we need to make sure our classroom libraries are ready for the back to school season this fall. Sign up HERE for weekly newsletters from 21st Century K and Join the "Guided Reading Made Easy" course wait list HERE!
Time for Reading in 21st Century Kindergarten
Time does not have to be a limiting factor in successful guided reading instruction! Instead of not having enough time, one may even argue that we are wasting the time we have. When you spending daily guided reading time doing the most important things to push the reading process forward, you may just find that you have time on your hands! Download my FREE workbook, The Top 3 Must Do’s for Everyone Guided Reading Lesson, and stop asking valuable reading time today!
Reading at Home in 21st Century Kindergarten
For many families, reading at home is a struggle. Now, more than ever, we need to define the reading-at-home experience and show parents the best ways to support beginning readers.
Enriched my classroom!
I’ve been teaching Kindergarten for eight years and am always looking for more ways to grow. One of the best ways to do that is observing and listening to teachers who are masters at their craft. This podcast is just what I’m looking for and I may incorporate bits or whole lessons into training my team. Thanks for creating such relevant shows that keep children’s development in mind alongside the best practices. Love this podcast!
The online learning episode is just not a healthy way for a teacher to view this year. We are in the middle of a pandemic and doing our best. Some our teaching in person and virtual at the same time. We are not performing circus monkeys. We are overworked and some of us are putting ourselves or love ones at risk for our students. I do not always have to be on. Students need to understand no one even teachers are not always happy. That’s life. Very disappointed.