My new school is in the midst of professional development focus on reading instruction. As a result, I've been more aware of articles on this topic. I'm reading more of them, and finding edublogger who are writing about that.
Konrad Glogowski publishes one of my favorite edublogs, Zone of Proximal Development. I consistenly enjoy it because he pushes my thinking, helps me see the bigger picture and shows me how to move forward. He often references the researchers who are my gurus, and he shows me how he is implementing their ideas.
His recent post, Progressive Discourse, brilliantly lays out the metamorphic change that blogging brought to his classroom this year. This is one post that I know I'll be rereading. I'm eagerly waiting for him to write more.
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