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Lauren Audet

Recent Posts:

Reflections of a Math Coach: Five Questions to Consider

How can you as a math coach meet the varied needs of elementary math teachers? What are some critical actions that support your goals? Consider the following:  (continue reading)

Jennifer Serravallo: Making a Difference in Oregon

“About five years ago, you wouldn’t have seen a model of instruction that has small groups and conferring,” Sarah Dunkin explains. Dunkin is an Early Learning and ELA Teacher on Special Assignment in Beaverton School District number 48 near Portland, Oregon. But all that has changed for Beaverton’s  (continue reading)

To Progress, We Need to Step Back

Clearly, it is time to stop doing what we have always done with our middle and high school students while expecting different results.  (continue reading)

Conference And Small Group Note Taking Made Doable

Jennifer Serravallo shares some of her best quick and helpful tips for taking notes during reading conferences and small group work.  (continue reading)

Developmentally Responsive Phonics Instruction: A Research-Based Approach

Recently, I was talking to a group of primary grade teachers after finishing a workshop. They were all very conscientious, but they were also frightened, angry, and distracted by the tenor of recent conversations about phonics  (continue reading)

Knowing What & Knowing How: The Power of Content Area Literacy

One way teachers are using their instructional time more efficiently is by teaching content area topics during Reading and Writing Workshops.  (continue reading)

Reading, Vulnerably

Though this particular act was initiated by a student, it gave me the opportunity to share memories of my own reading life. I’m on the lookout for moments when an act of vulnerability leads to a memorable experience for my students.  (continue reading)

Online Discount for NCTE 2019 Now Through Dec. 1st

During the National Council of Teachers of English conference, all professional books on sale in the booth come with a 30% discount and free shipping, but even if you can't be at NCTE, you can still use the discount!  (continue reading)

What is Complete Comprehension? Part III: Teach

Here, you’ll find Jen's answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the teaching phase of Complete Comprehension.  (continue reading)

Strengths-Based Writing Support: Three Powerful Instructional Moves that Promote Differentiation, Choice, and a Spirit of Inquiry

We want to use authentic instructional moves that offer support to all learners across the day. Here are three moves that will ensure all learners have choices and opportunities...  (continue reading)

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