The WeAreTeachers 2018 Reading Challenge

Reading gives us some place to go when we have no place to be.

2018 Reading Challenge

There are lots of great reasons for teachers to read more. Reading is excellent self-care, but it’s also a fantastic way to learn what’s in your classroom library—or what should be. When teachers read, they open up new ways of thinking for themselves, and they show kids what a reader looks like. It’s amazing what being a reader will do for your self-confidence in the classroom. This year, let’s commit to the kind of reading that’s actually possible. The WeAreTeachers 2018 Reading Challenge can help you. Each month is a different book challenge for you to consider. After you read your book(s) for a particular month, visit our Facebook page at WeAreTeachers Reading and share what you read. That’s it!

I can’t wait to follow these threads. I’m going to use Goodreads to track everyone’s suggestions, along with what I read, so I can finally say I met my reading goals.

Take the WeAreTeachers 2018 Reading Challenge:

What’s on your reading list for 2018? Share in the comments or on Facebook and tag us. We are always looking for suggestions for our own 2018 reading challenge lists!

Posted by Kimberley Moran

Kimberley is a Senior Editor at WeAreTeachers. She has 15 years of classroom teaching experience and a master's degree in literacy education.


One Comment

  1. What a surprise to your readers in the classroom is your readership. This year, I really agree that the kind of reading that’s possible.

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