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01/30/23

Top 3 DON’Ts: Teaching Kids to Write Graphic Novels

A list of the top three things to avoid when teaching kids how to write graphic novels from Eric Hand, coauthor of the new Writing Unit of Study.  (continue reading)
01/27/23

The Literacy Studio: Workshop Reimagined

Enter the Literacy Studio, a new approach to the workshop model that allows for integrated reading and writing instruction without demanding more time or extra planning.  (continue reading)
01/25/23

Watch Jennifer Serravallo Live for a Q&A About The Reading Strategies Book 2.0

The Reading Strategies Book 2.0 is here! Join a free Live Q&A with trusted educator and author Jennifer Serravallo on Thursday, February 2nd, at 4:00 pm (EST).  (continue reading)
01/09/23

The Reading Strategies Book 2.0 Launches

The Reading Strategies Book 2.0 launches with hundreds of pages of new content to simplify and streamline reading instruction.  (continue reading)
01/06/23

The Cognitive Benefits of Writing Graphic Novels

The craft decisions involved in creating an actual graphic novel are numerous, varied, and complex—but they can be explicitly taught and learned, practiced and perfected.  (continue reading)
01/05/23

Building an Empathy Toolkit for your Classroom

The empathy you model sends a powerful message about how we treat each other in the world.  (continue reading)
12/28/22

How and When to be Flexible in Your Classroom

One of the biggest balancing acts of teaching is finding ways to be flexible. Here are some tips to help you.  (continue reading)
12/13/22

Why Teach Kids to WRITE Graphic Novels?

Three reasons why teaching students to compose graphically is beneficial.  (continue reading)
12/08/22

Teach Students to Read Like Writers During Whole-Class Text Study

Watch Carl Anderson demonstrate how to help students learn to read like writers.  (continue reading)
12/06/22

What’s New in The Reading Strategies Book 2.0?

Author Jennifer Serravallo, worked to dramatically improve the New York Times best-seller to make it even better for teachers supporting their readers making progress every day.  (continue reading)

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