Quote Collections are just that—sets of quotes around a literacy or professional development theme. Provocative, funny, thoughtful—each collection has a range of quotes to spark discussion, focus inquiry, or foster reflection. These quotes might be used in study groups, shared between mentors and colleagues, or highlighted as a "Quote of the Month" in school newsletters.
Shirl McPhillips reminds us of the power of an invocation–a call for support. Not only is this a beautiful poem, but it is a model for students writing their own invocation.
Time-saving tips from contributors including Aimee Buckner, Debbie Miller, Ruth Shagoury, Shari Frost, Karen Szymusiak and "The Sisters" (Gail Boushey and Joan Moser).
These quotes give you something to talk about if you’re pondering speaking and listening.
If you're looking for some provocative quotes on change, you might enjoy this quote collection from the Choice Literacy Archives.
Whether you love to read, write or teach poetry, these quotes will give you something to think about and inspire you.
If you need reminders that every problem is an opportunity, check out this stellar quote collection.
New teachers need so much their first year and having the ability to be heard and have their opinions valued is right up there. Ruth Shagoury offers a respectful exchange to meet that need.
How can quotes lead educators to awareness and acceptance of the diversity of opinions in a group? Discover what this format for discussion has to offer your study group or staff.
This downloadable guide includes 10 different quotes from a range of educators, activists, authors, and innovators for reflection at all times of the year.
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