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On the Podcast: Robert Kim and the Legal Impacts Facing LGBTQ+ Students

In this conversation, we focused on the current legal landscape of LGBTQ+ rights in our public schools…  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: The Value and Inequity of Identity work with Heinemann Fellow Minjung Pai and Cornelius Minor

This week on the Heinemann Podcast, we’re handing things over to Heinemann Fellow, Minjung Pai.  (continue reading)

Reflections of a Math Coach: Five Questions to Consider

How can you as a math coach meet the varied needs of elementary math teachers? What are some critical actions that support your goals? Consider the following:  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Jennifer Serravallo on Responsive Reading Instruction

Responsive reading instruction empowers us to design student centered learning experiences.  (continue reading)

When Teaching Talk, Know That Small Talk is Big

Purposefully welcoming small talk into your classroom, sometimes, is a powerful way to teach.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Planning Thoughtfully to Teach Students to Read the World

If we want to teach students to apply a range of strategies to make meaning from a range of texts, we need to be strategic about what this means for curriculum & instruction.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Libraries as Healing Spaces with Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres and Janet Damon

In this episode, Julia sits down with Janet Damon to talk about how libraries can be healing spaces.  (continue reading)

Jennifer Serravallo: Making a Difference in Oregon

“About five years ago, you wouldn’t have seen a model of instruction that has small groups and conferring,” Sarah Dunkin explains. Dunkin is an Early Learning and ELA Teacher on Special Assignment in Beaverton School District number 48 near Portland, Oregon. But all that has changed for Beaverton’s  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Robert Kim and the School to Prison Pipeline

Bob Kim explores his work around what he calls 'discipline disparity' and the school to prison pipeline.  (continue reading)

Strategies for Working Through Our Own Difficulties with Students

The Caring Teacher offers a challenge to all of us all to find a way to care about every student, especially the ones who feel the hardest to like.  (continue reading)

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