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Katie Fabiano

Recent Posts:

Helping Your Students to Predict When Reading

Students comprehend and remember better when they are actively predicting what comes next.  (continue reading)

Accepting Variety in Student Writing

We truly want the best for our student writers, and we do not want them to be judged for any perceived lack of intelligence about “correctness” in writing.  (continue reading)

Reading, Writing, and Talking Like Scientists

Scientists engage with text differently than professionals in other domains  (continue reading)

Reading and Writing to Support Inquiry

Much of what we ordinarily teach in reading and writing workshops transfers easily to the inquiry process.  (continue reading)

What Are Microaggressions?

Microaggressions are comments relating to someone’s identity that leave a lasting, negative impression on the receiver of the message.  (continue reading)

An Argument for Cross-Disciplinary Learning

The goal of our education system can no longer be to impart a set body of scientific knowledge...  (continue reading)

Exploring Trauma-Informed Practice in the Language Arts Classroom

It’s time for me to be more than “aware.” And I’ll start with this: my classroom doesn’t belong to me. It belongs to my students, who are trying to be students while experiencing the ongoing trauma of being institutionalized.  (continue reading)

Relational Vulnerability: Start by Listening

Relational vulnerability isn’t a once-and-done practice. We need to be deliberate about making time to listen and know our students.  (continue reading)

How to Spot Growth in your Bridging Level English Learners

ELs who have reached the Bridging level of language proficiency continue to represent a range of language and literacy skills across the four domains.  (continue reading)

Are You Ready For Summer Reading Camp with Jennifer Serravallo?

Everything you need to know about Jennifer Serravallo's 2019 online summer reading camp!  (continue reading)

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