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Jennifer Moore

Recent Posts:

Keeping Play Purposeful During a Pandemic

How can we hold tight to the fundamental aspects of children's play during a pandemic? Learn how in this blog post from the authors of Purposeful Play.  (continue reading)

A Look Ahead at The Fall 2020 Professional Books!

A look ahead at new professional books scheduled for Fall 2020 plus a link to our latest digital catalog with special video content from your favorite authors.  (continue reading)

Teach Students Strategies for Responding to Digital Media

Part 3 of a 3 part miniseries of free downloadable lessons from the authors of Read The World, Kristin Ziemke and Katie Muhtaris.  (continue reading)

10 Tips for Conferring with Student Writers Online

Whether you are conferring face-to-face in classrooms, or virtually, conferring effectively requires several sets of skills. Learn what they are on the blog.  (continue reading)

Reflections On Grading From 180 Days by Kelly Gallagher and Penny Kittle

During this pandemic, with shortened instructional time, our grading practices must encourage our students, not impede their growth. A blog post from the authors of 180 Days.  (continue reading)

Teaching for Inquiry in a Distance Learning Environment

How can we use the wisdom we gained this last spring to create a learning environment where more students thrive? One way is to nurture student inquiry.  (continue reading)

Laying the Groundwork for A Civically Engaged Classroom: A Video Series

A collection of video recorded discussions with the authors of The Civically Engaged Classroom; Mary Ehrenworth, Pablo Wolfe, and Marc Todd.  (continue reading)

Creating Community in a Socially-Distanced World

Creating a sense of community is necessary for student engagement and motivation. How does one do that while social distancing? A teacher shares her plans.  (continue reading)

Flexible Thinking and Core Beliefs: Planning for a Very Different School Year

By cultivating flexible thinking and revisiting our core beliefs, we can reflect on and plan for how we teach in virtual, distanced, and blended spaces.  (continue reading)

Teach Students How to Learn from––Not Just Watch––Video

Part 2 of a 3 part miniseries of free downloadable lessons from the authors of Read The World, Kristin Ziemke and Katie Muhtaris.  (continue reading)

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