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Jeanine Staples is Associate Professor of Literacy and Language & African American Studies at the Pennsylvania State University. She focuses on dismantling supremacist patriarchies through research, teaching, and coaching.

Keep this flip book handy when planning vocabulary instruction! A few ideas for implementation are listed under each step. There is also space on each page for you to add your own notes and ideas. The flip book lists Marzano’s six steps in the order in which they should be taught. Directions: Cut out and layer the pages. Secure the top with staples, brads, or string.

FREE Clever Rhymes Mini Book for Fun Fluency Practice English Language Arts, Balanced Literacy, Reading 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Homeschool...This free Clever Riddles Mini-book is a fun way to practice fluency with a friend. Copy double-sided and fold for a super cute booklet - no staples, no cutting. The Melonheadz graphics look great in black/white, and the back has space for students to record their own riddles...

A Quick guide to Keeping Students Safe Online (Infographic) - this is aimed at teachers but the statistics and advice is very relevant to parents as well

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An Illustrated Guide To Writing People Of Color

This is a REALLY great article. A must-read for all writers, even if you're not terribly interested in your writing being diverse - The Writersaurus >>>> pinning to read later