About

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Thanks for visiting my blog. I am a high school English teacher committed to the next generation. I love students! Sure they have their problems, just like my generation, but I believe they are often misunderstood. Through this blog I hope to inspire parents and educators to invest in the next generation and encourage them to live worthwhile lives.

Follow me on Twitter @susanclaireb, and if you’re a teacher, check out AP Lit Help (AP Lit Help) and Bam!Radio (BAM! Radio Network Ed Words) where I, along with other committed educators, share what we are doing in our classrooms and and thoughts on education.

7 responses to “About

  1. Hi Susan, I like your blog, it is very dynamic and it’s great to read about the love you have for your students. They are very fortunate to have you as their advocate.

  2. Hi Susan, I am the communications editor for JoLLE (http://jolle.coe.uga.edu), the online Journal of Language and Literacy Education that is produced at The University of Georgia. I just wanted to let you know that we have linked your blog to our Scholars Speak Out (SSO) page. Thanks for being an advocate for students in your classroom and beyond!

  3. Hi Susan — I really loved your character complexity visual posted on #APLitChat last night. Do you post things on TPT or is there any way I could get a copy of it? I am teaching Invisible Man to my AP students now and I feel it would be a great way to understand more than one character. Thanks!

  4. Hi Ms. Susan,
    We are from The Progressive Teacher Magazine, India.
    This is a teacher magazine for K-12 educators, circulated all over India . We read your article “6 Techniques for Building Reading Skills—in Any Subject” on Edutopia website and found very interesting. We would like to carry the same in our magazine. http://www.progressiveteacher.in for the benefit to our teacher readers. Along with the article we will carry your photograph and a brief with credit to your blog. Requesting you to please give your permission to do so.

    • Absolutely – feel free to use the article as well as my photo. I hope this will encourage teachers and provide ideas for them. Please let me know if I can help you further.

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