Nick Senger has been teaching literature, writing and Religion since 1990, and in 2001 he was named a Distinguished Teacher of the Year by the National Catholic Education Association. A husband and father of four, Nick is an eighth grade teacher, vice principal and technology coordinator at a Catholic school in Spokane, Washington, USA. He is also a deacon for the Diocese of Spokane.
Nick's Online Resources
The mission of Catholic School Chronicle is to be a source of news, resources and community building for all those interested in Catholic education. Though its primary audience is Catholic school teachers and administrators, Catholic School Chronicle also benefits others involved in Catholic education and catechesis. You'll find the following helpful resources at Catholic School Chronicle:
- Catholic school headlines;
- A list of upcoming conferences for Catholic teachers and catechists;
- Community links to blogs, podcasts and other web resource of value to Catholic educators.
Teen Literacy Tips is an educational blog that provides readers with teaching techniques and advice for improving the teaching of reading and writing to teens. If you're a junior or senior high teacher, the materials you find here will help you in your quest to help teens become more literate and analytical. The articles and resources on Teen Literacy Tips are intended to help you become the reading mentor students need: the Gandalf to their Frodo, the Good Witch to their Dorothy, the Socrates to their Plato.
Featured areas include:
- A resources page where you will find lessons, book lists, articles, and much more, including audio and video files to download;
- An organized list of recommended books for literature teachers;
Again, welcome to NickSenger.com. Come back often.
Resources for My Students
Students, the Digital Writing Workshop resources are located here.