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Follow the Questions: Brian Melton and Ellin Keene Talk "Problems of Practice"

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When Cohort 3 Heinemann Fellow Brian Melton confirmed that his high school English students were experiencing a creative desert in their course schedules, this became the problem of practice that anchored his action research. Listen in as Brian and Ellin Keene, author of this new On-Demand course, discuss his observations in Session 4, Lesson 4.

 

Find out more about Ellin's On-Demand Course!

If you have been inspired by the work of the Heinemann Fellows or if you are just looking for powerful, job-embedded PD, this course is for you.

Have questions about how to get started with this course on your own or with teams at your school? Reach out to us at onlinepd@heinemann.com and we will help get you started with this amazing professional development opportunity.

Topics: Ellin Keene, Heinemann Fellows, On-Demand Courses, Professional Development, Brian Melton

Date Published: 07/22/21

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