We’re joined on the Starline by a reading/literacy specialist and an educational consultant. Her latest project is “The Reading House” We welcome Marla Conn.
Let’s go Beyond the Mic. You formed your company because teacher’s classroom needs weren’t being met by book publishers. Why was reading such a passionate topic for you?
In developing “The Reading House” you wanted to keep it simple, but engaging to young readers.
Marla on connecting with kids
My sister is a teacher and one issue she has is kids learning patterns are different. How has “The Reading House” help teachers so that in sometimes complex, or simple ideas so the light bulbs do go on in our kids?
With “The Reading House” kids are given the beginning success steps. What makes this series different than any other?
You’ve worked with many publishers to address challenges, what’s the next solution you want to tackle?
Talk about the joy you have not only being a teacher but helping teachers all around the world.
We’re joined Beyond the Mic by author Marla Conn. Her project is “The Reading House”.
Do you remember the name of the first child you connected with?You know the one where you saw the light bulb go off and their life changed forever?
The Rockin’ 8
Time is running out, so it’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions, answer with the first thing that comes to your mind.
There is no Pressure.
1. What kind of dog do you have?
2. Name of the teacher who inspired you?
3. Favorite book of all time?
4. Fictional place you would love to visit?
5. What is the one thing that administrators have forgotten about being a teacher?
6. Favorite color?
7. Favorite sticker to give a young child?
8. Tea or Coffee?
She would love to visit Happy Town, thanks Mr. Klein for guiding her and loves to give students heart stickers. Author of “The Reading House”, Marla Conn thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.
And that my friends is Beyond the Mic.
Read the entire series from The Reading House.