Sharie Adamson began teaching elementary school in California as a reading specialist, and has taught English as a second language to adults for many years. She holds a graduate degree in education and reading from California State University, Fullerton and teaching credentials in both Texas and California. Currently she teaches developmental reading courses for Central Texas College and works as an adjunct instructor for two universities in the field of reading and teacher education. Her current doctoral studies are in the field of education, specifically in curriculum and instruction. Sharie lives in Austin, Texas, but is originally from southern California. She has a husband and five children (one son and four daughters). Her hobbies revolve around family, playing games and watch movies together.
Do you like to use authentic literature in your classroom teaching? Social and emotional learning (SEL) has become quite the buzzword in education. SEL is a process for learning essential life skills such as decision making, problem solving, effective communication, empathy, perseverance, and coping, just to name a few. July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2025
This online course focuses on improving students' comprehension skills. The course begins by offering three different options for assessing comprehension, including retelling, cloze procedure, and miscue analysis. Then, teachers are introduced to a wealth of strategies that can improve and support a reader's comprehension.July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2025
Do you have a deep love for using authentic children's literature in your current teaching practices? If so, look no further! Social and emotional learning (SEL) is a process for learning essential life skills such as decision making, problem solving, effective communication, empathy, perseverance, and coping, just to name a few. Teachers are searching for the most effective ways to introduce and teach appropriate social-emotional skills in the classroom as they relate to common classroom issues, some of which can be quite sensitive, and which almost always are beyond their control.July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2025