Creative Ideas, Strategies, & Tools For Reaching And Meeting The Needs Of All Learners

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Kelly Harmon & Associates began in 2001 with a mission of instructional coaching and providing rich literacy resources for educators and parents. Our work incorporates research-based best practices for teaching and learning.

Kelly Harmon and Randi Anderson

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Kelly Harmon & Associates provide outstanding, highly practical seminars and workshops to schools throughout the United States. We customize the content of the workshop to meet the needs of each school or district. Contact our office at 817-583-1290 to schedule an onsite workshop.

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December Magic Ideas

I recently discovered (through Twitter) a unique teacher sharing opportunity to showcase ways to #makedecembermagical for the students in your classroom! Teachers tweeted out ideas with pictures to share ideas for how to integrate the holidays into your instruction. Here are some of those ideas:

1. Cozy Up to Learn

Use a fireplace video through Youtube (free) to display on our big screen. Pair with classical holiday tunes while students are working independently. Nothing makes it feel cozy like a fire and Christmas tunes.


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When One Teaches, Two Learn

My 5 year old recently came home from school raving about his new favorite center, the "School" center. I asked him what exactly that entailed and he told me it's where he becomes the teacher and teaches other students a concept they have been learning about. He then tells me that he taught a lesson on alliteration and that he got to use a "real" teacher pointer! 



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Using Poems to Get Students Analyzing

A great way to get students thinking at the analysis level is by using a song or poem of the week! Each day students will read and dive into thinking about the text through a different lens than before. Each time they reread, they grab another piece of new thinking and learning to add to their schema.

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