Reflections (by Dwayne)
It was a bit of a challenge to find some of the key concepts of the ELA curriculum and how they tied into the study of physics. The process of making the website itself was simple - I've built dozens of websites. But tying all of the information together was more challenging.
These were mostly copy and paste from the ELA curriculum, and most came from the same outcome. It was still interesting to see the overlap between the language arts and science.
Strategies, Lessons, Teaching Ideas
Finding/creating lessons, ideas and strategies was more challenging, or at least time consuming to find other people's ideas, or to create my own (which may or may not be completely original - I'm sure others have had similar ideas to me).
I can continue to add to this section as I develop into and beyond as a teacher.
Resources for Teaching
The biggest resource for me is Google - I'm fairly confident in my abilities to search and drill into what I'm looking for fairly quickly through skimming or even just looking at the nature of the URL. But as I find some great resources, I can add them to these sections as needed.
Other literacy pages I've prepared: