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On the Podcast: What Recent SCOTUS Rulings Mean for Educators with Robert Kim

In the last month the U.S. Supreme Court has issued a number of rulings that have significant impact on schools and teachers.  (continue reading)

Cultivating Discourse with Wendy Ward Hoffer

Learn how to scaffold productive and engaging conversations with your students from the author of Phenomenal Teaching, Wendy Ward Hoffer.  (continue reading)

It’s Almost Time for Summer Camp!

Jen Serravallo has received a lot of questions regarding her Reading & Writing Summer Camp: Exploring Mentor Texts to Teach Strategies for Summer 2020. Here are some answers to help you get ready.  (continue reading)

Beyond the Letters S2 Season Finale: Finding Value in the Subtleties with Jennifer Serravallo

Kate and Maggie are joined by Jennifer Serravallo in today's episode as they talk about building out your library, finding moments for queer representation, and how to make the case for building representation into your curriculum.  (continue reading)

What Technology Integration Is and Why It Matters

Technology integration doesn’t mean using technology all the time or, necessarily, more than you already do; it means using it purposefully, in ways and at times that make sense.  (continue reading)

Resources to Support Units of Study in Blended or Virtual Classrooms

The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project community has developed resources that will help you rise to the challenge of the 2020-21 school year.  (continue reading)

Beyond the Letters S2: Building Brave Spaces with LaMar Timmons-Long

Kate and Maggie are joined by LaMar Timmons-Long in today's episode as they talk about being vulnerable, the intersections of race and queerness, and building brave spaces in our classrooms.  (continue reading)

Infographic: Remote Learning and The Resiliency of Educators

Throughout April and May, Heinemann surveyed over 1,300 educators including classroom teachers, interventionists, literacy coaches, and reading specialists. From these surveys, we learned more about the obstacles educators faced during the early stages of the COVID19 pandemic.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Beyond Quick Fixes to Racial Injustice in Education

How do we go beyond the cosmetic fixes of racial inequality in education and go further?  (continue reading)

Beyond the Letters S2: Normalizing Language with Jess Lifshitz

Kate and Maggie are joined by Jess Lifshitz in today's episode as they talk about normalizing language, digging deep into internal work, and how to discuss our identities in a school setting.  (continue reading)

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