Dear Teachers,

Please add your voice to this blog, http://hopeswebsite.com/blog/ about concerns in education

Welcome to my (Hope’s) learning community blog.

Please also visit the education resource center, which is a work in progress.  http://www.kulishwebsite.com


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I hope to update at least weekly and will check every day when possible, because I look forward to your comments.

 a place where we can share ideas and experiences. Please check in as I build my website and fill it with resources for you.

Please feel free to ask me generic questions about student situations and if I don’t know, I will look up information to help you. As you know, we must be certain that we NEVER use any part of a student’s name, number or identification for any reason on this blog or any internet communications.

If you are interested in one of the free books I received from the Inclusion Network, please let me know as I have them for the purpose of sharing them with you. If you have a book and are finished using it, I will be glad to redistribute them to others who would like to read them. I plan to upload files for RTI- MTSS information and links to informational videos and resource websites.

Thank you for trying this with me and for taking the time to read the books. Please let me know your thoughts on what you read. I will add links and also discuss questions related to RTI as we go. I hope to make this a wealth of information where we all learn from each other.

Most Sincerely,


10 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. What a great idea! For some kids this could work, one I speak to their parents. There are a few toghuh who struggle to even get homework done at home and won’t bring it in so I know it wouldn’t work for them.MagaliTheeternalteacher.blogspot.co.uk

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words. I have started a new web site for me parents to hopefully help them understand common core or how to help their children in foundational reading skills. http://www.kulishwebsite.com
      I hope to offer free resources for my title 1 parents and all parents. Finding that help was difficult for me before I became well versed with the computer. Even now, it is very time consuming. As I find great resources, I will try to attach links and organize them as much as possible in the time available. I hope they are helpful.

    2. Hello Asim,
      My Apologies, I thought I replied to you, but somehow the reply is missing. I would love to know more about the children who are having difficulty (situations, without names of course). I’ll be gad to find resources, solicit ideas from others or offer some of my own experiences of what has worked. Although there are no promises,I find that brainstorming these situations and sharing what works can often be helpful insight for everyone.

    3. Thank you Asim, pleease share this site with the parents you know. I’ll continue the resources, and will be adding more for turtoring, home school and individual needs of all kinds. Students cant depend on any school system to take responsibility for their learning anymore. Not because the shouldn’t but because they just don’t.

      We have to teach them to insist on being taught until they get it.

    1. Thank you Sandra, Love you, please keep checking in as I add to the website, add great ideas you would like to share and send suggestions. You are awesome! 🙂

      1. I have sent your wedsite to teachers that i know that are struggling in the hope that they will reach out to you and find the relief they truly need.

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