I didn’t know it when I signed up for Rebecaa Potter's class, but the year I would spend learning the complexity of the English language under her guidance would be the year I found one of my biggest role models.
Olaoluwakiitan (Kiitan) Adedeji’s was honored as Lexington's first youth poet laureate during a ceremony at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in December.
Stephanie Roederer became a teacher 15 years ago and started working at Olmsted Academy South, an all-girls middle school in Jefferson County Public Schools, as an English language arts teacher 11 years ago.
The Kentucky Council of Teachers of English/Language Arts is accepting proposals for its annual conference Feb. 24-25 at Embassy Suites Lexington. The conference theme is “Amplified & Enriched: KY ELA Teachers as Change Agents.” Click here for more information.
Steve Meadows teaches at a school where speech is a curriculum requirement, and he says being able to speak effectively gives students an advantage both in school and beyond.
Beechwood uses vertical alignment to foster ACT and overall success.
More teachers are sending lessons home first before introducing them in the classroom.
Eighth-grade language arts teachers at Henry F. Moss Middle School (Warren County) delved deeper into the lives of their students during recent class presentations. Students were asked to bring in five items of personal importance that represented significant relationships, events or topics in their lives.
Ron Clark teaching techniques hit the right notes with Covington Independent students.
All students benefit from Crossroads literacy initiative.