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Jennifer Moore

Recent Posts:

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)

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)

How The Language of Photography Can Be Used to Teach Writing

Students can be made aware of all the decisions they are making when crafting a photo and be encouraged to apply that thinking to their writing.  (continue reading)

The Artful Read-Aloud - The Audiobook!

The Artful Read-Aloud shares guiding principles drawn from the arts and meant to spark engagement, provoke inquiry, and inspire deep thinking.  (continue reading)

How to Help Students Proceed With Confidence In Their Writing

Martin Brandt, author of Between The Commas, aims to help students proceed with confidence in their writing.  (continue reading)

Presenting the 2019 Donald Graves Breakfast: The Antidotes to Orthodoxy

Here, you will find videos of all of the speakers from this year’s Donald Graves Living Legacy Breakfast.  (continue reading)

Where and How to Listen to The Heinemann Podcast

here, you’ll find a detailed description of many of the most popular places to find the Heinemann podcast and how to start listening today.  (continue reading)

Helping Students Move Beyond Binary Thinking in Our Digital Age

...with more and more information coming at students from all angles all the time, there is a growing need to help them process it.  (continue reading)

Katherine Bomer on Going From What’s Wrong to What’s Strong In Student Writing

To help writers make progress, Katherine Bomer says that stepping back from what’s wrong and looking for what’s strong can make all the difference.  (continue reading)

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