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The Writer's Mindset: Conferring Around Strengths

When our students are writing with optimism, all sorts of questions and possibilities stream through their minds.  (continue reading)

2021 NCTE Virtual Booth and 40% Discount!

Heinemann is proud to participate virtually in the 2021 National Council of Teachers of English annual conference. Please enjoy 40% OFF the list price of professional books.  (continue reading)

How to Support Grieving Students During the Holidays

Teachers hold the power to change the trajectory of a grieving student’s life, and our gestures of support need not be large in order to make an impact.  (continue reading)

Podcast: Bringing Fiction Back with Tom Newkirk

When’s the last time your students got to write creatively? Or craft a piece of fiction that was entirely their own?  (continue reading)

3 Strategies for Creating a Student-Centered Culture

Once we understand the ways in which a school’s culture impacts our students, we can make shifts to make the school environment more trusting, collaborative, and welcoming.  (continue reading)

Solving 100 ÷ 3 Mentally: A Surprise

When interviewing students to find out how they reason numerically―focus on how they explain their thinking. You might be surprised by what you hear.  (continue reading)

Reclaim Your Literate Life with Stephanie Affinito

When is the last time you blocked off time on your calendar for YOU? In a changing world full of uncertainty and busyness, we might struggle to make our own reading and writing a priority.  (continue reading)

Using Literature to Make Sense of Mathematics

How do we help all students make sense of mathematics? — with stories! Literature can support and enhance mathematics instruction.  (continue reading)

Podcast: Engaging with Math in Literature with Sue O'Connell, Danielle Moore, and TJ Jemison

How do stories create space for mathematical thinking? Today on the podcast we’re joined by Sue O’Connell, lead author of the Math by the Book series, and two of her co-authors Danielle Moore, and TJ Jemison.  (continue reading)

Jen Serravallo on Keeping the Growth Going with Ongoing Assessment

It’s time to take stock of progress and plan for next steps. Progress monitoring provides the crucial link between initial assessments and adapting future instruction.  (continue reading)

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