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How I Got Hooked on One-on-One Math Interviews by Marilyn Burns

Listening to students, one on one, provides access into their reasoning in a way that’s unique and invaluable. A special blog post from Marilyn Burns.  (continue reading)

Create a Classroom Culture That Values Learning from Mistakes Over Compliance

When we model how expert learners learn from mistakes, we show that process as an essential part of participating in the world.  (continue reading)

Partnering with Administration to Support ABAR Work by Liz Kleinrock

It’s important to recognize and acknowledge the nuances of school leadership, culture, and accountability and then identify the ways in which educators can work with school leaders to teach from an ABAR lens.  (continue reading)

Summer Read Aloud Series: 180 Days with Kelly Gallagher and Penny Kittle

180 Days represents the collaboration of two master teachers—Kelly Gallagher and Penny Kittle—over an entire school year.  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions: When Teacher Research Becomes School Culture

What happens when an entire school embraces not knowing as part of their culture—and evaluation system?  (continue reading)

Learning to Read, Listen, Think, and Question Powerfully by Cornelius Minor

There are so many times at school when we believe that nothing will change. It is more important to begin to imagine the new realities that can be true.  (continue reading)

Building Better Independent Reading with Engagement, Reading Identity, and Trust

There is an astounding amount of research that illustrates the benefits of independent reading. Learn what is possible from the coauthors of Trusting Readers.  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions: Brian Melton and Ellin Keene Talk "Problems of Practice"

When Brian Melton confirmed that his high school english students were experiencing a creative desert in their course schedules, this became the problem of practice that anchored his action research.  (continue reading)

Summer Read Aloud Series: The Curious Classroom with Harvey "Smokey" Daniels

Ever wonder how to get students genuinely engaged in your curriculum? Or wish you could let them explore the amazing questions they ask?  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions: Ellin Keene in Conversation with Tricia Ebarvia

What is one important piece to creating change? Examining practice in community.  (continue reading)

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