Julie Cox has taught high school English for 17 years and currently serves as a curriculum specialist at Logan County High School in Kentucky. She loves helping students see how books and writing help them connect all the pieces of their education. You can follow Julie on her blog at Julie K. Cox and listen as she and Joe Cox talk books on the podcast Paperback Readers.
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Julie Cox offers three actionable ideas to fight frustration and take small steps to beat overwhelm.
Julie Cox deconstructs craft moves—literally and figuratively—with her high school writers. If you are looking to move conversations about craft beyond “The author used a lot of good details,” then you’ll want to try Julie’s suggestions.
Julie Cox shares the nitty-gritty on starting a teacher book club…and the powerful benefits of adults reading together.
When Julie Cox moves into a smaller classroom, she realizes that to make it a room where students learn and thrive, she needs to shift her mindset. Rather than simply putting things where they fit, she asks three questions to make intentional decisions that will support learning.
Julie Cox offers three questions to determine authentic audiences for high school students to share work.
Julie Cox offers insight and encouragement to be confident in your own teaching strengths.
Julie Cox explores the differences in her experiences of teaching in the city of Louisville and teaching in a rural community. All teens have similar universal experiences, yet Julie outlines some considerations for rural students.
Are you looking for a way to plan meaningful professional development sessions? Julie Cox suggests a simple outline: Present a basic question, and then provide something to do, something to take, and something to inspire.
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