I have long admired the work that Sheryl Nussbaum Beach and Will Richardson are doing with PLP (Powerful Learning Practice). PLP mentors, supports and pushes teachers to shift their teaching into the 21st century. Whatever teachers need to make that shift, PLP makes happen.
Today, PLP has launched PLPress. PLPress is a chance for teachers who are shifting the way they do things in their classroom to write for a publisher that is more teacher/writer-centered than traditional publishers. From the PLPress website, here is their take on how they are different.
Check out their website (download their first e-book–it’s free!) and think about the possibilities. I’m writing a book for PLPress. I know other teachers who should also be thinking about this opportunity. Are you?