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Katie Fabiano

Recent Posts:

Sara K. Ahmed's Being the Change - The Audiobook!

Learn more about the audiobook of Being the Change by Sara Ahmed!  (continue reading)

Is Your Classroom Library Meeting the Needs of Your Students?

This past year I engaged in an informal teacher-researcher project focused on an unrelenting question in my mind about the range of text complexity in elementary classroom libraries.  (continue reading)

Honoring Identities Through Exposure

Cultural norms and adult attitudes and behaviors define for children which differences matter and which do not.  (continue reading)

Incorporating Curiosity into Your Students' Day

Inquiry means kids investigating and exploring, instead of just sitting and listening.  (continue reading)

The Best Advice From Teachers to Their First-Year Teacher Selves

We had the chance to ask teachers what advice they would give themselves in their first year of teaching (if they had a time machine, of course). Here's what they had to say...  (continue reading)

Facing the Challenge of Caring for Every Child

Our relationships with children are often shaped by preconceptions about culture, race, and gender...  (continue reading)

What is Complete Comprehension? Part I: Assess

Here you'll find answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Assess phase of Complete Comprehension.  (continue reading)

Making Thinking Visible

When students consistently share their questions and interests, they come to know each other as learners.  (continue reading)

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)

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