Keith Schoch is an educator who provides professional development for organizations such as the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA), the New Jersey Association of Supervision and Curriculum Design (NJASCD), the New York State Reading Association (NYSRA), The New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS), and the American Camping Association (ACA). He also shares his experience with colleagues through two other blogs: Teaching that Sticks and Teach with Picture Books.
Keith Schoch is the author of The Salvation Army Eastern Territory Camp Staff Orientation and Training Manual which is used in Salvation Army day and resident camps throughout the Northeastern United States. He continues to be involved with that organization’s camping ministry through leadership development and staff in-services on such topics as behavioral interventions, programming, training, and camper and staff recruitment.
From Keith, regarding submissions:
While How to Teach a Novel is not meant to serve as a review site, I frequently make resource recommendations to teachers, homeschoolers, parents, and tutors interested in this approach, through both this website and the frequent workshops I present. I would be happy to consider your submissions (sites, publications, services) for review. Please email me. I review all submissions according to Grandma’s rule: If I can’t say anything nice, I won’t say anything at all. Please read my Disclosure Statement additional information.
If you are a publisher of books for children or young adults, please visit Teach with Picture Books for submission information. Again, please read the Disclosure Statement at that site.