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Lauren Audet

Recent Posts:

A Resource For Breaking Down Asian Pacific American Bias

Today, We would like to share with you a resource from The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center that explores the long history of Asian Pacific American Bias in the US and was developed specifically for teachers and caregivers who teach.  (continue reading)

Move from Teacher Reflection to Instruction: An Excerpt from Leading Literate Lives by Stephanie Affinito

It is only when we approach our classroom through the lens of a learner that we can truly experience what matters most to the minds and hearts of our students.  (continue reading)

The Power of Using Mentor Texts in Secondary Classrooms

We can prepare our students for academic writing tasks when we invite them to make the kind of writing real writers make.  (continue reading)

Cornelius Minor Featured on Today Show Segment "Teachers on the Front Lines"

Heinemann Author Cornelius Minor featured on the Today Show's special series, Teachers on the Front Lines.  (continue reading)

Now Available: The Connecting with Students Online Study Guide!

Jennifer Serravallo’s Connecting with Students Online is providing practical support for educators around the country. Download the FREE study guide today.  (continue reading)

A Note from Lucy Calkins

Last week, Lucy published a Facebook post in response to recent reports that she and her colleagues at TCRWP had changed or updated their thinking. We invite you to read her words.  (continue reading)

Supporting Vocabulary Development Across the Day During Remote Learning

As we think about supporting vocabulary during remote teaching, it’s helpful to start with some big ideas about how people learn new vocabulary.  (continue reading)

Download This Free Guide to Teaching During an Election

With an historic national election on the horizon, you may be wondering if and how you should address it in your classroom  (continue reading)

How to Download and Access Heinemann eBooks: A Step-by-Step Guide (With Video Tutorials!)

With eBooks in greater demand than ever, we want to make sure accessing our eBooks is as easy for you as possible.  (continue reading)

Introducing Families to Social Justice Work in Your Classroom

With the start of each new school year comes the important task of helping families understand what it means to root classroom learning in social justice.  (continue reading)

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