For me personally, I start with the end goal in mind. I think about the goal that the resource will address, and then I develop strategic ways to incorporate literacy.
What’s your background, and how did you get started in education? In 2006, I received my bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO. I went on to earn my master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Fontbonne University in St. Louis in 2008. Immediately after that, I entered the field as …
So you’ve set up your Boom Storefront, learned your way around the Studio, and now your ready to start filling those digital shelves with new decks of Boom Cards. Stuck for ideas? Not sure what Boom Cards will sell? Check out our 10 tips for topics and content. Each one is based on requests from …
Creating a blue ocean will increase your chances of long-term success as a teacher-author.
The discovery of Boom Cards™ has really been a game changer for me and my small group sessions. My students are so eager and excited by Boom Cards that they have requested them for homework. What I appreciate most about Boom Cards is that they are small, digestible bites, they have visual cues built in, and they incorporate technology, which is motivating to my students.
Looking to be inspired, but not overwhelmed? Kacie Brown from Having Fun First reviews Amplify: Digital Teaching and Learning in the K-6 Classroom by Katie Muhtaris and Kristin Ziemke in today’s blog.
Her short take: Amplify will leave you feeling inspired and confident to hit the ground running with ideas that resonate with you.
As the authors say: “just because we can do something innovative, doesn’t always mean we should.”