Traveling down the hallway is an art. Children should be engaged in a constant thinking mode. There are two types of thinking that can be occurring. The first type is internal ...
Teach BIG was developed by classroom teacher, Randi Whitney, to meet the needs of her students. Teach BIG hopes to assist teachers with BIG ideas and lessons in both reading (Tap & Think Reading) and writing (The Writing Academy). The basis of The Writing Academy and Tap and Think Reading is one that is founded on many years of brain research. These concepts are implemented through the use of colors, small chunking, games, and graphic organizers.
Teach BIG is dedicated to building relationships as the cornerstone to creating a learning atmosphere that will last a lifetime. Assessments are a reality, but when they are viewed as a place where students can show off what they have learned, it becomes something they look forward to, and students move from surviving to thriving. Reading WRITE inspires students one teacher at a time by incorporating interACTIVE experiences and weaving together the inseparable content of Reading and Writing!
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WHAT MY CLIENTS ARE SAYING..
This has been the best experience as an educator that I could have ever asked for! It is not only educational, but also fun, interactive, and has taught me new ways to engage my scholars in Revision and Editing Decisions! Thank you, Randi and team! Huge shout out to the dinner crew for cranking out tasty breakfast, snacks, and lunches every day!Crystal, Educator
Absolutely wonderful workshops! Have been to two of them, and have not been disappointed! Thank you so much for the great experience!Jesucris, Educator
A truly awesome experience. I can’t wait to start using these lessons in the classroom!Kendra, Educator
Outstanding delivery of pertinent writing techniques. They really know how to treat teachers. The material was awesome, valuable, and research based.Poncho, Educator
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