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Brett Whitmarsh

Recent Posts:

Looking Ahead to the ELA Exams: What We Have Already Mastered & Developing Next Steps, 3-8

There are two key considerations when planning a curriculum that supports success with ELA exams: time and level of text complexity.  (continue reading)

Maggie Beattie Roberts on Being Your Favorite Teacher

This week on the Heinemann Podcast: Maggie Beattie Roberts, coauthor of DIY Literacy and staff developer at Teachers College Reading and Writing Project.  (continue reading)

Developing Robust If...Then... Units in Reading, K-5

This is part of the beauty of the Units of Study: the specificity and precision of the Unit books juxtaposed with the flexibility of the If…Then…Curriculum book.  (continue reading)

Supporting Best Practices in Phonics Instruction (Including Sneak Peeks into the New Phonics Program TCRWP is Developing) K-2

When it comes to teaching young students to read and write, no curriculum for the primary grades would be complete without an emphasis on word study. Emergent readers and writers must understand how l  (continue reading)

Ways to Support All Readers in Our Classrooms K-8

The kinds of readers that enter our classrooms are vast. Some read voraciously, and benefit from help tailoring reading plans to push their thinking to more nuanced levels. Some slog through books, wi  (continue reading)

Positive Approaches to Supporting All Learners in Writing Workshop K-5

Positive Approaches to Supporting All Learners in Writing Workshop K-5  (continue reading)

Supporting Struggling Learners with Patricia Vitale-Reilly

Supporting Struggling Learners with Patricia Vitale-Reilly  (continue reading)

Supporting LGBTQ Students and Teachers

Supporting LGBTQ Students and Teachers  (continue reading)

Take Charge of your Teaching Evaluation with Jennifer Ansbach

Take Charge of your Teaching Evaluation with Jennifer Ansbach  (continue reading)

Embarrassment And the Emotional Underlife of Learning Podcast with Tom Newkirk

Embarrassment And the Emotional Underlife of Learning By Tom Newkirk  (continue reading)

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