As most of you already know, I have a crazy passion for working with teachers. I love to make teachers feel more confident, prepared, and know that they got this every single day. I may just be your biggest fan in your classroom! And those students of yours…well I feel like those are my kids too.
For those reasons and MANY more, I've put together 2 new ways to receive free professional development!
COMING SOON… I am so excited to share that VERY soon will be a weekly podcast, full of helpful literacy tips you can try out in your classroom immediately! There will also be amazing free resource files to support the best practices I'll be sharing. Each episode will be about 15 minutes long and publish on Sundays. I can't wait to share this all with you soon!
Check back to this page in the near future for more information on this podcast…
Did you know I also have a daily podcast!?
If you use Alexa from Amazon, you can listen to a daily 2-3 minute episode using the Alexa Briefings feature. Simply subscribe to the Alexa briefing…”Today's Teaching Tips.”
Listen to the Daily Briefings as a Podcast HERE
Then, each day on your way to work, while walking the dog, or anytime really, you can say, “Alexa, tell me my briefings.” And she will read your daily tip coming straight from Jen each day. Pretty cool right!!!???
LISTEN NOW ON ITUNES…All the Alexa briefings are now available to listen to on iTunes! So, even if you don't use Alexa, or want to do some binge listening on the weekends, you can listen in on iTunes.
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN ON ITUNES
I am VERY excited about all these new professional development opportunities for you!
It is my goal to provide you with as much free, professional development support and encouragement in teaching literacy as I possibly can. Know that I am your biggest fan, cheering you on in the classroom each and every day!
Whether you’re on your way to school, heading home after a long day, or curling up preparing to do it all again tomorrow, know that I believe in you.
Thank you for bringing your very best for to your students each and every day. I really hope you enjoy these new learning opportunities!