Author Archives: Catlin Tucker

3 Reasons to Consider a Co-teaching Model

This year I transitioned from teaching English classes in isolation to co-teaching English, science, and technology with another teacher in a pilot program called N.E.W. School. When I initially pitched the program concept to my principal, I emphasized the co-teaching component. … Continue reading

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Cultivating Informed Citizens with Listenwise

As concerns about fake news mount, it’s increasingly important that we expose students to high-quality news stories about current events and encourage them to think critically about those stories. So, I was excited to stumble on Listenwise, which is bringing public … Continue reading

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#BLinAction Book Club – Join the Conversation!

Join the conversation on blended learning! After just two months, there are over 2000 readers engaged in Blended Learning in Action! I am excited to announce the start of our #BLinAction book club discussions to help readers stay connected and share … Continue reading

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