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Reading Responses for Critical Thinking

Marilyn Pryle and Rebekah O’Dell explain how reading responses can be an effective tool for helping students to engage meaningfully with a text.  (continue reading)

Empower Students to Set and Accomplish Goals: Goal-Setting and Instruction with The Reading Strategies Book 2.0 

Help students create a personalized reading plan that caters to their unique needs. Download a FREE self-reflection tool from Jennifer Serravallo.  (continue reading)

How to Introduce Math Talk into Your Classroom

Tips for how to transition from traditional teacher-focused instruction to productive student-to-student discussion in your math classroom.  (continue reading)

Reflections on Learning: Foundational Literacy

Decoding “big words” is absolutely pivotal to reading and comprehending text. You cannot become a successful reader if you cannot decode multisyllabic words.  (continue reading)

When Kids Can't Read—What Teachers Can Do, Second Edition - The Audiobook!

Heinemann is pleased to announce the latest addition to our growing line of audiobooks, When Kids Can't Read—What Teachers Can Do, Second Edition by Kylene Beers, narrated by Meredith Beers.  (continue reading)

Reflections on Learning: Project Based-Learning

What is a myth you have encountered about project-based learning and what would you like to replace it with? The biggest myths about project-based learning center around issues of time...  (continue reading)

Strengths-Focused Education for Neurodiverse Students: A Conversation Between Rebecca Matte and Mark DiPietro 

Rebecca Matte and Mark DePietro talk about the importance of moving away from deficit thinking, and how you can incorporate strengths-based perspectives into your classroom.  (continue reading)

7 Things Neurodiverse Students Wish Their Teachers Knew About Them

Centering the child’s needs instead of the curriculum can make education better for ALL our students.   (continue reading)

Finding the Balance: Nurturing Joy at School for Neurodiverse Students

School should never be a punishment for neurodiverse children. When students learn to dislike learning it can often be a life sentence.  (continue reading)

Neurodiversity Resources for Educators

A roundup of resources to educate ourselves, our classrooms, and our school communities to better support our Neurodivergent students and colleagues.  (continue reading)

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