March into Music and Literacy

Tweet March is one of my favorite months at The Inspired Classroom as we get to focus on both Music and Literacy!   In this post, you will get a listing of some of our favorite and most popular posts for both music and literacy.  There are so many great articles listed here, you just may […]

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5 Reasons to LOVE April

Tweet It’s April!!!  YAY!  I love April.  There is so much happening that you can take advantage of as an educator.  Let’s count the ways. 1) Let’s start with POETRY highlights! 4+1 Reasons to Get Poetry into Your Classroom Poetry is great!  ‘Come on, don’t you agree?  Poetry can be sweet and rhyme-y or in-your-face  […]

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Music and Literacy ALL Month

Tweet This month we celebrate literacy!  So, I wanted to share some resources with you that may help to keep you inspired as the month moves on.  First, for a listing of all the resources on this website, please check out the literacy tag.  We have numerous posts by a variety of authors on the […]

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Reviewing 2011, Looking Ahead to 2012

Tweet Just as so many sites are doing, I too am giving you a look at the past year and a glimpse into the future of The Inspired Classroom. This year saw some fun new ventures.  I held my first arts integration grad course this summer with great success.  Also this summer was the first […]

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Yummy Cheese

Tweet I’m laughing at this title because it is in recent months that I have been eating vegan.  (It has been a wonderful thing for me.)  But, I must admit that cheese is a weakness and the one faithful cheating I have done is to eat a large plate of nachos with a girlfriend of […]

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21c Skills

Tweet Call them “high-concept, high-touch senses” (Daniel Pink), “Survival Skills” (Tony Wagner), “Habits of Mind” (Ellen Winner and Lois Hetland), or “Habitudes” (Angela Maiers), these 21 Century Skills are imperative to our children’s future success.  Back in February of 2010, our blog series was focused on Education in a New Era.  Here are some highlights […]

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Technology Resources

Tweet Over the last months, the bloggers at The Inspired Classroom have brought to the fore front some great tech resources.  Two are the top two posts of the site!  Today I invite you to look through some of these posts and see what resources might help you in your teaching.  Enjoy! (All posts that […]

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Collaboration through Technology

Tweet Over the past year, I have experienced the power of an online PLN mainly through Twitter.  Technology, in general, has provided me with some amazing opportunities for collaboration.  At the end of the month, I will be collaborating with @michellek107, @kylepace and @doremigirl at the Educon conference in Philly via Skype.  An otherwise missed opportunity […]

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Putting Arts Integration into Practice

Tweet Here are some great posts written by guest bloggers and myself about real life stories of arts integration in action!  Enjoy! Arts 4 Learning – Putting Integration into Practice Toni Tabora-Roberts joins us writing about a program that integrates the arts into literacy called Arts for Learning.  Please read on to find out more […]

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