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Steph George

Recent Posts:

Elevating Craft and Process Studies

To support children in becoming strong, confident writers, we need to engage them in different types of meaningful studies within and across grade levels.  (continue reading)

Making Technology Meaningful

Technology is a tool, not a goal, and it’s up to us to ensure that our students know how to use it effectively.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Revisiting Narrative Writing with Liz Prather

Narrative plays a bigger role in how we communicate than we give it credit for...  (continue reading)

Equity and Justice (and Education)

What is the relationship between court decisions on education and daily teaching? Bob Kim explains in 'Elevating Equity and Justice'  (continue reading)

Motivated by Ilana Horn - The Audiobook

Heinemann is pleased to announce the latest addition to our growing line of audiobooks, Motivated by Ilana Seidel Horn!  (continue reading)

Teachers as Creative Artists

The Artful Read-Aloud is an invitation to see ourselves not just as literacy teachers but also as creative artists.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Becoming the Caring Teacher with Gianna Cassetta and Margaret Wilson

We have to stop thinking about students from the lens of deficit and become aware of students’ potential and our responsibility for cultivating that potential.  (continue reading)

The Importance of Working Within a Unit of Study

The word unit implies that we have goals we are working toward. But the word study is just as important.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Cathery Yeh on the Culture of Mathematics

Today on the podcast, we're handing things over to Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle.  (continue reading)

Alumni Mentorship Through Acts of Cariño and Orgullo

Heinemann Fellow Irene Castillón looks at mentorship through a new lens...  (continue reading)

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