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Jennifer Moore

Recent Posts:

05/09/22

7 Ways to Get Readers Talking About Books

Learn how to get your K-5 readers talking about books from Debbie Miller and Emily Callahan, co-authors of I’m the Kind of Kid Who: Invitations That Support Learner Identity and Agency.  (continue reading)
05/04/22

What is Digital Storytelling?

Are we preparing our kids to be meaningful contributors to this digitally literate universe? A blog post from Brett Pierce, author of Expanding Literacy.  (continue reading)
05/03/22

The Joy of Reading - The Audiobook!

Heinemann is pleased to announce the latest addition to our growing line of audiobooks, The Joy of Reading by Donalyn Miller and Teri Lesesne.  (continue reading)
04/29/22

A Letter to Readers from Donalyn Miller and Teri Lesesne

What resources, mindsets, and conditions do kids need to become more engaged readers? A blog post from the authors of The Joy of Reading.  (continue reading)
04/28/22

Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week 2022

Heinemann is offering a special discount for Teacher Appreciation Week. Get 30% off the list price of our Professional Books plus FREE SHIPPING! Restrictions apply. See blog for details.  (continue reading)
04/21/22

The First Five: The Foreword by Chezare A. Warren

The First Five: a witty case study through which to discern how we might build an education ecosystem that foremost appreciates the difficulty of teaching.  (continue reading)
04/19/22

What Is a Minilesson and Why Is It Mini?

The goal is to teach students one thing in a very short amount of time. Why? A blog from the authors of A Teacher's Guide to Writing Workshop Minilessons, Lisa Eickholdt and Patricia Vitale-Reilly.  (continue reading)
04/11/22

Focus on One Essential Teaching Practice

A fresh look at foundational, student-centered practices for pre-service and veteran teachers.  (continue reading)
04/11/22

What is an Invitation?

What concrete actions can we take to awaken, nurture, and develop learner identity and a sense of agency that already lives within students?  (continue reading)
04/05/22

Why a Broad View of Reading Growth is Exactly What Teachers and Students Need Right Now

What constitutes reading growth needs to include aspects of reading such as engagement, motivation and self-efficacy. Because it all counts.  (continue reading)

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