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Susan Lucille Davis

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Susan Davis is an education blogger, strategist, and consultant in Fort Worth, Texas. She also designs professional development programs for the Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools. You can follow her on Twitter @suludavis.

9 Ways to Get Your Grammar Game On: A Playlist

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At the end of nearly every school year, a few parents will ask me for recommendations for websites or apps to help their children review grammar over the summer. So with the help of my colleague, Sarah Cauthen, I created a grammar review playlist with my students in mind.

Blogging Now, Communicating for the Future

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Susan, Getting Smart Teacher Blogger shares where we're going, the skills that matter now, and what the future holds for blogging and communication.

5 Practices for Tomorrow Every Teacher Should Adopt Today

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Educators must take a hard look at the future bearing down upon us and begin educating our students to become the innovators and creative thinkers the world will require them to be.

Tomorrow Isn’t Tomorrow, It’s Today

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As educators, we see ourselves as preparing children of today for their own tomorrows. Thus, we must face an urgent obligation to stare down that future and figure out what it means for our current practice.

Raising Student Bloggers: An Open Letter to Parents

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A message for parents raising student bloggers. It’s time for you to become more involved in your student's blogging. Reinforce their learning, talk, become their fan and see the big picture.

A Blogging as Writing Curriculum

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Middle School English Teacher, Susan Lucille Davis, takes a look into how to incorporate blogging into students' writing curriculum.

6th-Graders Have Their Say: Why Students Value Blogging

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I introduced blogging to my sixth-graders because I believe it is the most authentic way to teach our students how to write, and I feel enormously gratified that my students themselves recognize how much they have learned through blogging. There is no doubt in my mind that this is one of the best tools we can use to help grow writers of the future.

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