Copyrights and Trademarks
Robinson, Z. K. (2011). Growing Pains [unpublished anthology].
In this copyrighted, unpublished short story anthology, Zanetta K. Robinson uses various fiction and non-fiction writing styles to explore her personal and professional passions.
Robinson, Z. K. (2021) Hallway PLC ®. Federal Trademark Registration Number 6,589,485. CLASS 41.
Educational services, namely, providing web-based and classroom training for certification of teachers and continuing education teachers and principals.
Chen, S. (2010, August 30). Award-winning teachers dole out advice on fixing public schools. Retrieved from https://www.cnn.com/2010/LIVING/08/30/award.teachers.advice.fix.school/index.html
Award-winning teachers suggest ideas on improving America’s public
King, N. (2013, June 10). Are summer reading lists a matter of class? Retrieved from https://www.marketplace.org/2013/06/10/are-summer-reading-lists-matter-class/
Are children who attend public schools in lower-income areas assigned
markedly different books than children living in higher-income school districts?
National Council of Teachers of English. (2015, October 15). Zanetta Robinson on NCTE’s Annual Convention [video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDvn6Xt3kr0
Zanetta K. Robinson explains the importance of teacher collaboration
and shares her definition of the term she’s coined Hallway PLC ®.
Pinellas County Schools. (2016, November 18). Zanetta Robinson: Finalist for Pinellas County Schools Teacher of the Year [video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCjfN3SImkE
Ten teachers were recently surprised in their classrooms with the news that they are the ten finalists for Pinellas County Schools Teacher of the Year. Meet Finalist Zanetta K. Robinson.
Pinellas County Schools. (2017, January 10). The IT Factor Inspiring Teachers Zanetta Robinson [video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRDRTTfmoaw&t=15s
Zanetta K. Robinson, a finalist for the 2017 Teacher of the Year, shares her
love for teaching.
Pinellas County Schools. (2017, February 1). Zanetta Robinson: 2017 Teacher of the Year Finalist [video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upvB3krmAKo
Meet Zanetta K. Robinson: A Thurgood Marshall Middle School language arts teacher and Pinellas County Schools 2017 Teacher of the Year Finalist.
Ron DeSantis. (2022, March 15). Zanetta Robinson’s comments on Florida Eliminating the FSA. YouTube. https://youtu.be/CBc22VIvwX0?t=820
Veteran teacher Zanetta Robinson shares her why moving from high-stakes
FSA testing to low-stakes Progress Monitoring is what’s right for Florida’s
students, teachers, and families. (The original link is defunct; an updated link
from WFLA is used in its place).
Robinson, Z. K. [Nostalgia2AKA]. (2011, June 4). Example Pecha Kucha Presentation: 20x20 [video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fsvtV_MKXg
Created to satisfy requirements in Zanetta K. Robinson’s Chatham
University Use of Media in Presentations class, the video currently has over
190,000 views. Note: Upon reflection, some elements do not
accurately reflect Zanetta’s deep respect for the Kung Fu film culture
of the late 1970s.
Robinson, Z. K., & Filkins, S. (2015, February 15). How Should Literacy Learning Be Assessed? [#NCTEChat – Twitter Chat]. Retrieved from https://ncte.org/blog/2015/02/ncte-chat-sunday-february-15-at-8pm-et/
This chat encouraged teachers, administrators and other stakeholders to
share their assessment stories and ideas while collaborating with
colleagues across the globe. The hosts shared relevant resources with
Robinson, Z. K., Hesting, J., Hoogwerf, S., Kelly, A., Rainwater, K., Segall, S. (2020, October). Teaching in the New Normal: Patience, Flexibility and Innovation in the Hybrid Learning Environment at St. Petersburg Collegiate High School's Tarpon Springs Campus. [Zoom panel discussion]. St. Petersburg College Discovery Day, St. Petersburg, FL, United States.
Members of St. Petersburg Collegiate High School – North Pinellas
(SPCHS-NP) faculty lead a panel discussion about hybrid
learning at SPCHS-North. Discussion topics will include technology
integration, discovering new best practices, and ways in which the team is
working to engage Collegiate High School students both at home and on
Robinson, Z. K., Hicks, T., Gilmore, B., Miller, D., Filkins, S. (2013, November). Make it Pop. In S. Hayes (Chair), Core Standards: Minding the Gaps. [Symposium presentation]. National Council of Teachers of English Convention, Boston, MA, United States.
Each Ignite session explored spaces in Common Core State Standards
where additional skills, topics and passions can be taught. Zanetta K.
Robinson encouraged participants to incorporate pop culture like CCR’s
Fortunate Son along with classic literature. Teachers do not have to choose
Robinson, Z. K., Hicks, T., Gilmore, B., Miller, D., Filkins, S. (2014, November). Standards and Culture. In S. Hayes (Chair), Common Standards: Uncommon Teaching. [Symposium presentation]. National Council of Teachers of English Convention, Washington, DC, United States.
Each Ignite session explored the spaces in the Common Core State
Standards where additional skills, topics and passions can be taught.
Zanetta K. Robinson encouraged participants to incorporate pop culture
such as NPR’s Monkey See blog along with classic literature. Teachers do
not have to choose either/or.
Robinson, Z. K., & Marquez-Prueher, L. (2009, November). A Change Must Come: Finding Innovative Ways to Use Popular Culture in Secondary Classrooms. [Conference presentation]. National Council of Teachers of English Convention, Philadelphia, PA, United States.
This Featured Session demonstrated how culturally relevant pedagogy
can be incorporated into classroom instruction and thereby improve teaching
and learning for all students.
Robinson, Z. K., Skillen, M. (2015, November). Rhetoric, Rhetoric, Everywhere. In Z. Robinson & M. Skillen (Chairs), Poetry, Picasso, Rhetoric and Radio: New Conversations in Middle-Level Composition. [Symposium presentation]. National Council of Teachers of English Convention, Minneapolis, MN, United States.
This roundtable symposium explored advancing educator expertise in
teaching composition by considering new approaches and new platforms
that engage and further motivate students.