The latest episode of Re:Teaching is now available, featuring a conversation with Julie Wright.
You can learn from Julie as she talks with host Kevin Carlson about her fundamental teaching beliefs, connecting teacher learning to student learning, and finding authentic and meaningful ways to reach learning targets.
Julie Wright is a teacher, instructional coach, and consultant with over 20 years of experience in education. She taught at the elementary level for 14 years and led district-wide professional development for literacy and social studies teachers for six years. She served as an adjunct faculty member at Ashland University, teaching graduate courses focused on curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
She is a contributor to Choice Literacy and Lead Literacy, and is currently writing a series for Heinemann’s Digital Campus titled Love Letters. Julie also supports instructional coaches by working for Diane Sweeney Consulting.
Recently, Julie has worked as an instructional coach at Harlem Village Academies in NYC and she is currently the RTI Coordinator and supports reading teachers for Mamaroneck Union Free School District in Westchester County, NY.
You can hear it on iTunes here, or here on the site by selecting The Podcast Network > Re:Teaching.
Re:Teaching is a weekly podcast where teachers like you learn from conversations with leading authors and thinkers in the world of education as they share observations, ideas, and suggestions on professional development that you can bring into your teaching practice right away.