Educational Mind Map

Educational Mind Map

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1. Professional Learning Communities

1.1. Bill Ferriter

1.1.1. He is a teacher that has designed professional development courses for educators. Some of the topics he has developed courses for are establishing professional learning communities, using technology to reimagine learning spaces, integrating meaningful student-involved assessment and feedback opportunities into classroom instruction.

1.2. Racheal Moran

1.2.1. Fellow teacher at William James Middle School. She teaches middle grades Math, and shares a desire to lead teachers.

1.3. Bulloch County Schools

1.3.1. The county that I currently work for. They aspire to grow and reach children of all kinds. They also provide a community for educators to collaborate and share resources.

1.4. WJMS Knights

1.4.1. The middle school that I currently work for. They aspire to promote success for every student. They provide opportunities for teacher to meet together to discuss curriculum, instruction, and to share ideas.

2. Student Engagement

2.1. Flipgrid

2.1.1. Fun and simple, shortform video discussion platform. This platform provides students and teachers with new and engaging ways to discuss content.

2.2. Nearpod

2.2.1. Engaging media and formative assessments to make every lesson interactive. This tool takes traditional learning to a new level of engagement. You can incorporate videos, activities, and assessments into the content.

2.3. Quizizz

2.3.1. A learning platform that takes traditional assessments and turns them into a game. Teachers can create various question types and build a game for students to learn content.

2.4. Jennifer Gonzalez

2.4.1. Former middle grades language arts teacher. She now provides educators with strategies, curriculum, and ideas to engage students. She is a professional coach and public speaker.

3. ELA Education

3.1. Dr. Taylor Norman

3.1.1. Professor of Education at Georgia Southern University and ELA teacher. She provides knowledge and expertise in Language Arts.

3.2. Common Lit

3.2.1. A nonprofit organization that operates http://commonlit.org, a free online reading program that serves over 17 million children. They also provide units for ELA educators in elementary, middle, and high school.

3.3. ASCD

3.3.1. ASCD empowers educators to achieve excellence in learning, teaching, and leading so that every child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. They offer various resources on the topics previously mentioned for educators to access.

4. Literacy

4.1. Scholastic Teachers

4.1.1. They provide educators with ready-to-go resources, books for every level, and literacy tools for a diverse classroom. From magazines, worksheets, and books, they help teachers create a classroom environment that is fun to read in.

4.2. ReadWorks

4.2.1. ReadWorks provides research-based, classroom-tested reading comprehension curriculum for K–12. This curriculum provides educators resources to help ensure students can read and comprehend.

4.3. Newsela

4.3.1. Online resource and tool that provides educators and students with up to date articles at various lexile levels. This website provides teachers with new ways to introduce content while engaging students in reading.