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Lisa Marie Sturgeon
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Lisa Marie Sturgeon

Education CA
Lisa Marie is an enthusiastic writer, researcher, and author. She is a certified teacher and has experience teaching children from kindergarten to grade eight. Lisa Marie has worked as a literacy coach and Reading Recovery Specialist, and has experience creating and delivering professional presentations to teachers and administrators. She is the Author of the children's book titled "Shape Up With Jeremiah," and the educational resource for teachers titled "Simply Building Sentence." Lisa Marie is dedicated to finding ways to give children the best literacy start possible and has written many articles, to support parents and educators with literacy development in children. She believes Every Child Has the Right to Read!

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Literacy Specialist/Teacher
Qualifications:
  • Honors B.A./B.ED
  • Reading Recovery Teacher
  • Special Education Qualifications
  • First Steps Reading Certification
Working for:
Learning Inspirations, LLC ( www.shapeupwithjeremiah.com )

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  • Questions 0
  • Answers 8
  • Followers 6
  • Follows 2
  • Votes given 2
  • Votes received 11
Questions Answers Comments Votes
21Feb
How do you keep kids learning when the snow shuts schools?

Get creative, make puppets, and put on a puppet show! The educational benefits are plenty! ...

21Feb

I'd say no. In fact, I'd like to see us prioritising art and languages over coding. Art and languages and other "soft" subjects are very good at ...

21Feb
Can online games help with maths?

When monitored and used wisely technology can be a wonderful learning tool for children. Here are a few online educational math games with activities ...

20Feb
Are kids spending too much time online?

The reality is that kids are spending an increasing amount of time online for a variety of different reasons i.e. gaming, school work, and surfing. ...

30Jan
What is the most important subject to get 'right' in school?

I agree with the responses that highlight the need for critical thinking in our instruction. Critical thinking skills will support student learning ...

29Jan
Are online schools the future of education?

Absolutely NOT! A computer will never replace the spontaneity and incidental instruction that educators provide. A computer can never be a friend ...

25Jan

Facebook is available lots of secondary schools but they should not be using it until they are 13 (Based on American Advertising Laws). If they have ...

24Jan
Should social media be taught in high school?

It is important to teach social media in a way that gets kids thinking critically about the purpose of it, and ways to use it wisely. A lot of ...

23Jan
Is there a place in secondary schools for students to use their own mobile devices to enhance their learning?

Mobile devices, when used wisely, can be a tool to support learning. For instance, there are ways to use app technology for the purpose of ...

18Jan
Is there any scientific research that has proven socialising children pre-school is positive?

There is a great deal of research that confirms the importance of oral language development in learning to read. Strong oral language skills are ...

Q: How do you keep kids learning when the snow shuts schools?

A: Get creative, make puppets, and put on a puppet show! The educational benefits are plenty! ...

4 years ago

Q: Can online games help with maths?

A: When monitored and used wisely technology can be a wonderful learning tool for children. Here are a few online educational math games with activities ...

4 years ago

Q: Are kids spending too much time online?

A: The reality is that kids are spending an increasing amount of time online for a variety of different reasons i.e. gaming, school work, and surfing. ...

4 years ago

Q: What is the most important subject to get 'right' in school?

A: I agree with the responses that highlight the need for critical thinking in our instruction. Critical thinking skills will support student learning ...

4 years ago

Q: Are online schools the future of education?

A: Absolutely NOT! A computer will never replace the spontaneity and incidental instruction that educators provide. A computer can never be a friend ...

4 years ago

Q: Should social media be taught in high school?

A: It is important to teach social media in a way that gets kids thinking critically about the purpose of it, and ways to use it wisely. A lot of ...

4 years ago

Q: Is there a place in secondary schools for students to use their own mobile devices to enhance their learning?

A: Mobile devices, when used wisely, can be a tool to support learning. For instance, there are ways to use app technology for the purpose of ...

4 years ago

Q: Is there any scientific research that has proven socialising children pre-school is positive?

A: There is a great deal of research that confirms the importance of oral language development in learning to read. Strong oral language skills are ...

4 years ago

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