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Wednesday / August 15

Happy 2nd Birthday, Corwin Connect!

Happy birthday, Corwin Connect!

In the last two years, we’ve seen the incredible impact of blogging. On Corwin Connect, we’ve celebrated innovative teachers in the classroom and leaders who connect with students. We’ve read stories of courageous conversations and talked about what great teachers do.

In the last year, here were the top blog posts on Corwin Connect:

  1. The Secret to Classroom Management by Bob Sornson
  2. The Importance of Debriefing in Learning and What That Might Look Like in the Classroom by Margie Pearse
  3. 3 Reasons Why Teachers Should Film Themselves by Peter DeWitt
  4. Suspensions Won’t Work: Changing Student Behavior for the Long Term by John and Jessica Hannigan
  5. 8 Characteristics of Connected Educators by Steven Anderson
  6. I Want a Makerspace. Now What? by Brad Currie
  7. The Bridge to the Learning: What It Means in the Math Class by Margie Pearse
  8. Selma, Race, and Courageous Conversations by Lee Ann Jung
  9. Why Not Just Suspend? 5 Strategies for Conversations About School Discipline by John and Jessica Hannigan
  10. 7 Ways to Make Time for the Right School Discipline by John and Jessica Hannigan

We know that educators are impacting lives every day. And we want you to continue sharing your stories! We’d love to hear from you.

If you’re interested in writing for Corwin Connect, please visit our Submissions Page. We’re also giving away 50 Blog Post Ideas for Educators to help you get started writing. Just sign up for our weekly newsletter, and you’ll receive the free resource in your inbox!

Happy blogging!

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Ariel is the Acquisitions Editor for Technology and General Methods at Corwin, and editor of Corwin Connect. When not working, you can usually find Ariel doing yoga at the beach, reading with a glass of wine, or writing a book review on her blog, One Little Library.

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