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Beyond the Letters S2: Learning from our Students with Arhm Wild

Welcome to season two of Beyond the Letters! To kick things off, Kate and Maggie talk with guest Arhm Wild about supporting and learning from our students.  (continue reading)

Teaching Students about the Give-and-Take of Response

The same in-process response that professional writers receive is even more crucial for children. Learn how to teach children to use the language of writers to graciously give and receive feedback.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Leading your School through a Pandemic with Tom Marshall

Leading a school is a lot to manage under normal circumstances, but what does it look like during a pandemic?  (continue reading)

Berit Gordon Shows Us How to Prioritize What is Most Essential

Now more than ever, you need to check in with yourself to make sure you’re protecting and nurturing your own mental and physical health. So…how are you doing?  (continue reading)

Positive Notes: Ideas for Finding Connection and Celebration in the Midst of COVID-19

Distance learning poses many challenges for teachers and students. Veteran teacher and Heinemann author, Nancy Steineke, has some ideas for how to make a positive impact.  (continue reading)

From China to Nebraska: One Teacher's Journey During COVID-19

Jamie Nelsen, a second-grade teacher at Shekou International School in China, shares her experience with remote teaching and the journey that led her there  (continue reading)

Announcing Beyond the Letters Season Two!

We're proud to be kicking off a new season of our podcast series Beyond the Letters. Listen to the first episode today!  (continue reading)

Create an Environment for Inquiry Anywhere and Anytime. Here's How!

FOR YOU: a resource that highlights some ways kids can research what they are passionate about using online sources such as videos, websites, magazine articles, or ebooks or audiobooks.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Translanguaging in Poetry with Carla España and Luz Yadira Herrera

Poetry can be a great teacher, and in teaching, it is imperative to speak to the multiple experiences and languages in a class.  (continue reading)

Read the World: Digital Teaching and Learning Support from Kristin Ziemke and Katie Muhtaris

Here are 6 interactive features that Kristin and Katie included in their book Read the World to help you personalize the information to both your professional learning and remote instruction for students.  (continue reading)

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