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04/09/24

The Art of Noticing Silences

The world is loud. Grant Faulkner, coauthor with Kim Culbertson of 100-Word Stories, makes a case for turning the volume off.  (continue reading)
04/09/24

9 Tips for Teaching Writing Minilessons

Writing workshop minilessons are meant as intervals for explicit, brief instruction in skills and strategies that then become part of a writer’s ongoing repertoire.  (continue reading)
04/08/24

Writing Instruction Considerations

In this action-based post, Carl and Matt help you think about how to evaluate an instructional approach to writing. Downloadable PDF included.  (continue reading)
04/06/24

Upcoming 2024 Events at Heinemann

Upcoming events at Heinemann for professional development and learning. To be continuously updated.  (continue reading)
04/03/24

Explore Heinemann's YouTube Channel!

Subscribe to Heinemann's YouTube Channel for videos from authors, book talks, and more.  (continue reading)
04/02/24

Effectively Teaching the Four Genres of Writing to Students

To teach writing well, it is important to know about qualities of the four major genres of writing.  (continue reading)
04/01/24

The List Essay: 10 Ways Writing Is Thinking

Kim Culbertson shares her love for lists with this essay assignment.  (continue reading)
03/29/24

Finding Nonfiction Books That Reflect and Enrich Kids’ Sense of Themselves

When readers are able to see themselves within a text, their engagement with the materials deepens.  (continue reading)
03/28/24

Celebratory Book Launch Event: Awakening the Heart 2e

Join Georgia Heard, Naomi Shihab Nye, and guests in a live virtual interview hosted by Zoë Ryder White in celebration of Awakening the Heart 2e.  (continue reading)
03/26/24

Self-Regard for Humans Who Teach

Humans Who Teach is now available! Watch Shamari Reid discuss self-regard, a pillar of his thinking throughout the book.  (continue reading)

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