About

A dedicated writer, editor, award-winning educator, Lisa Chesser is also a parent who knows how painful it is to watch her child feel like a failure. If you need help with reading, writing, and testing in general, you now have access to one of the best Language Arts teachers out there.

Lisa A. Chesser
Writer, Editor, Award-Winning Educator

As an education consultant, she works with individuals as well as private and public organizations to help ensure success with student development and achievement.

As a journalism, advertising, and marketing professional who’s a former Publications Specialist at Florida International University, companies count on her to enhance their brands with expert storytelling that includes SEO without the boredom.

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Education Resources

Because she’s an educator and has taught for 13 years and counting, she knows the value of one-on-one as well as face-to-face classroom attention with students.

“Students learn more with human interaction because, well, they are human. No matter how much they complain about teachers, other students, or having to interact with other humans, a screen isn’t the ultimate answer to improvement in education.”

However, she also knows the difficulties students encounter in a classroom learning environment. “If the student is distracted or the teacher can’t connect with the student for whatever reason, that student won’t fully benefit from the teacher’s lesson. “

Meet Bailey.
She’s a therapist and teacher with a Master’s degree in Psychology, Specializing in Emotional Well-Being
and Slobbery Kisses.

So, here are some helpful resources for students who need some extra practice with reading and writing.

NoRedInk is the best grammar and writing program for students and parents because it has students apply the rules in hilarious sentences based on their favorite shows and characters. Part of the program is free, minus some more detailed grammar practice and the writing practice, which is necessary for students as they grow older. It’s an invaluable tool that ensures students write at or above their grade level.

Commonlit has short stories and articles with question sets for grades 3-12, and it’s completely free.

If students are prepping for SAT or ACT exams, there’s nothing better than using Khan Academy and Membean. They’re thorough and rival a lot of the large textbooks and companies that can cost a fortune.

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59 thoughts on “About

      1. Dear Lisa Chesser,

        Thank you for clarifying and vision and mission here. 🙂

        SoundEagle wonders whether you will find “brave, smart, and bold moments in” SoundEagle’s multidisciplinary and multimedia website worth your “writing, following, blogging, celebrating, and connecting”, starting with SoundEagle’s “About” page at http://soundeagle.wordpress.com/about.

        Happy August to you soon!

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  1. Hi Lisa,

    Thanks so much for stopping by and liking my post. I feel like we’re kindred spirits thanks to Zora. You have a great site, and another follower.

    Best,
    Nett

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  2. Thank you for following my blog and liking a recent post, otherwise, I wouldn’t have found your blog and been inspired by it.

    I nominated you for the Sunshine Award, most especially because what I read in your Fridge post, the part about you resembling the sun reminded me of how I saw my mother as a child, it brought a tear to my eye.

    Brave, smart, bold you are.

    Here’s the link to the award and how to accept it if you like:
    http://litwist.wordpress.com/2012/09/19/award-nomination-the-sunshine-award/

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  3. Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I’m thrilled to read the work of a fellow educator and a brave, smart, bold one! We need many more like you. I enjoyed your post “Pain and Laughter Unite Us” and will follow you. All the best to you and your very brave daughter. 🙂
    Robert

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  4. I have visited from Fairies Fine Art, who has nominated you for an award. Any blogging friend of hers must be worth their salt; so here I am. loving your blog already and I have only read “about”

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  5. Hi Lisa

    greetings from Scotland and thanks for visiting my blog and liking my recent post. I like the look of yours too so will follow and leave a comment when I have time. Hope we can be reciprocal!

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  6. Hello,

    I hope it is not too late to wish you a wonderful New Year. May 2013 bring you more happiness, love, and success. I would like to thank you because you continue following my blog. I hope my short stories and poems do not disappoint and that your visits in there have been a joyful ride. Thank you again, many blessings and much love to you. 🙂

    Subhan Zein

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  7. Thank you for visiting and following my blog. I’ve looked around yours and love it! I’m following you and can’t wait to see what you post next.

    Lori

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  8. Interesting blog concept! I love that you pointed out “without men involved progress becomes complaint.” It always strikes me as anti-productive when women tell men “you don’t have a right to talk about (insert feminist ax-grinding topic here) because you’re a man…” as my husband has been told a few times. Shouldn’t we all be working together? Anyways, I’m looking forward to exploring your stuff more! 🙂

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    1. Good and I’ll be waltzing around your blog. I’m grateful you noticed that about progress and men. It all makes so much sense when you have a child point it out to you. Thanks for reading.

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  9. Is it a Miami thing? Could it be?

    Delighted that you enjoyed my recent post on Cesc Fabregas and am intrigued by your feminist approach to the so-called super hero, in a non-prejudicial manner, of course.

    I’m now following your blog, would be nice if you reciprocate as well of course, but I won’t shed tears if you ain’t got the time.

    In the days to come, you can look forward to my tongue in cheek, but critical analysis of Jeff Lindsay’s ‘Dexter by Design’ and the highly-acclaimed and addictive television series and its fine actors. Still looking for inroads along the Miami causeway.

    Have a nice day now.

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  11. Hello! This is my 1st comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and
    tell you I truly enjoy reading your articles. Can you
    recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that cover the same subjects?
    Appreciate it!

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  12. Thanks for stopping by my blog and I LOVE what you wrote for your tagline. Stumbling, tripping, falling, brushing off, standing up. That about says it all I think. I look forward to revisits.

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  13. Lisa, I noticed you dropped by to read my most recent post. Which made me realize I’ve been a negligent follower to your blog. You’ve also updated your blog page since I was here last and I really love it. Hope you are doing well and I also hope to make a better effort to visit more often. Have a great day!

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