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Jennifer Moore

Recent Posts:

Conferring with Kids Remotely: Tips For Remote Writing Conferences From Kelly Boswell

If conferring is the heartbeat of the writing classroom when we are teaching in person, perhaps it becomes even more crucial in a remote setting.  (continue reading)

Boost Comprehension In Summer School—By Meeting Readers Where They Are

Jennifer Serravallo believes that we need to start not from where we think students “need” to be but from where they are right now.  (continue reading)

Slowing Down for Ourselves and Our Students

Alex Shevrin Venet and Arlène Elizabeth Casimir, two trauma-informed educators, share why teachers need to slow down for themselves and their students.  (continue reading)

Risk. Fail. Rise. - The Audiobook!

Heinemann is pleased to announce the latest addition to our growing line of audiobooks, Risk. Fail. Rise: A Teacher’s Guide to Learning from Mistakes by M. Colleen Cruz.  (continue reading)

Jennifer Serravallo on Engagement in the Online Classroom

Teacher tips to improve student engagement in your online classroom from Jennifer Serravallo, author of, Connecting with Students Online: Strategies for Remote Teaching & Learning.  (continue reading)

Between the Commas - The Audiobook!

Heinemann is pleased to announce the latest addition to our growing line of audiobooks, Between the Commas: Sentence Instruction That Builds Confident Writers (and Writing Teachers) by Martin Brandt.  (continue reading)

2020 NCTE Virtual Booth, Sessions, and 40% Discount!

Heinemann is proud to participate virtually in the 2020 National Council of Teachers of English annual conference. Please enjoy 40% OFF the list price of professional books.  (continue reading)

Positive Practices for You and Your Students

This is not a business-as-usual kind of school year. Be mindful of the human beings in front of you — and yourself. Some things to consider from Kelly Boswell, author of Every Kid A Writer.  (continue reading)

Mistake Maintenance: Understanding the Ways We Make Mistakes Permanent

Learn how to pay attention to your emotions in your teaching so that you can identify and challenge mistaken beliefs and replace them with accurate thinking.  (continue reading)

A New Definition for Play in the Classroom

Many people have a very narrow definition of play, seemingly characterized by random chaos, but playful experiences can be planned and have structure and still allow for wonderfully unpredictable things to happen.  (continue reading)

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