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MzTeachuh serves an international audience of educators and families with timely news, educational theory, and practical information on education, special needs, ed tech, educational law, and current events. MzTeachuh also posts family and classroom activities, i. e., cooking, gardening, stargazing, or birdwatching.
Posting daily, MzTeachuh’s Tweets of the Day includes seven links for general educators and parents in the areas of education news, learning theory, curriculum and practices, ed tech, inspiration and humor. MzTeachuh’s Special Needs Tweets of the Day includes seven links for special educators and parents in the areas of special needs news, discussions of special needs’ law, input on IEPs, ed tech for particular special needs, and links to information on various handicapping conditions.
Posting weekly, MzTeachuh’s Top Posts of the Week highlights seven of the blog’s most popular posts of the current week and lists the top ten international audiences. MzTeachuh’s Special Needs Weekly Update focuses on seven important articles from the blog for the Special Needs community, as does MzTeachuh’s Articles for Educators, spotlighting seven important links in general education.
MzTeachuh enhances literacy and liberal arts studies with frequent posts on poetry, art, music of all types, humor, and current educational opportunities in televised, video and online productions.
MzTeachuh posts occasional specialized collections, such as Teachable Moment, Teaching Is…, Hanging with the Kid, and Cheesy Jokes and Serious Thoughts, and also educational essays on important topics by Melanie Link Taylor.
The author of MzTeachuh, Melanie Link Taylor, is an educator and author in Southern California, credentialed in both General Education and Special Academic Instruction. She has teaching experience in K-12 classrooms, private tutoring, as well as homeschooling her own children. Her areas of expertise include child development, teaching literacy, planning lessons for specific learning styles, and positive support for the struggling learner. She received her B.A. in English, and minor in Art, from Mount St. Mary's College in Los Angeles, and her M.Ed. in Special Education from Chapman University.
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