Julie Cox

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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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Play to Your Strengths

Julie Cox offers insight and encouragement to be confident in your own teaching strengths.

Rural Communities

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.

Take a Chance

Julie Cox invites us to take risks in order to encourage students to try new things with their writing and reading. Julie concludes that when teachers are professional risk-takers, we are more available to students, and know how to help them when they fail.

Keeping Unity

When students feel safe then they are positioned to learn. Julie Cox shares ways to create a learning environment that brings unity to her high school classroom.

Grow and Innovate with Reflection

Julie Cox makes a case for reflection as an essential tool for growth and innovations. She shares simple and powerful practices that will allow all educators to continue to deepen their instructional practices.

Writers’ Club

In her high school writing workshop, Julie Cox noticed that students¬†wrote eagerly, but struggled to give and accept feedback. To increase student ownership and trust, she started Writers’ Club, and it affected transfer of learning in big ways!

Authentic Audience

Julie Cox offers three questions to determine authentic audiences for high school students to share work.

Putting Together Powerful PD

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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