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Lauren Audet

Recent Posts:

Marilyn Burns Presents a Closer Look at Listening to Learn

WATCH NOW: On September 21st, Marilyn Burns went live on the Heinemann Facebook page to give educators a closer look at Listening to Learn, a new K--5 digital interview tool.  (continue reading)

Cultivating EL-Inclusive ELA Classrooms by Reading Sound Texts 

Reading sound texts as a class is for all your students looking to build flexible, relevant, and multimodal reading skills in ways that are engaging and practical.  (continue reading)

Announcing ForwardED, a Free Online Slow Conference for Educators

Heinemann is delighted to announce ForwardED: Forward, Together in Education – a series addressing some of the biggest challenges currently facing the education community.  (continue reading)

What Critical Race Theory is And What It Means For Teachers

Educators around the nation are grappling with so-called “anti-critical race theory” laws that are cropping up around the nation. What’s going on here, and how should educators respond to this development?  (continue reading)

Create a Classroom Culture That Values Learning from Mistakes Over Compliance

When we model how expert learners learn from mistakes, we show that process as an essential part of participating in the world.  (continue reading)

Building Something Better: An Excerpt from Start Here, Start Now by Liz Kleinrock

At the end of the day, we cannot fix problems we do not talk about, or that we cannot name. We can’t hope to eradicate systemic racism if we don’t understand race. We can’t bridge political polarization if we don’t teach our children to seek to understand, rather than argue to win.  (continue reading)

All About the Complete Comprehension: Fiction Expansion Pack

The Complete Comprehension: Fiction expansion pack gives your students more choice in what they read for assessment, and you more options for matching students’ interest with their assessment book.  (continue reading)

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)

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