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Are You Ready For Summer Reading Camp with Jennifer Serravallo?

Everything you need to know about Jennifer Serravallo's 2019 online summer reading camp!  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Finding Context in Unexpected Places with Sue O'Connell

Today on the podcast we’re speaking with author Sue O’Connell about some key ways to build math fluency.  (continue reading)

The Teacher's Role in Math Fact Fluency

Teachers play a vital role in building students’ number sense and fluency with number combinations.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Jennifer Serravallo on Sustaining Comprehension

Today on the podcast we're joined by author Jennifer Serravallo who has been focusing on comprehension.  (continue reading)

This Summer, Join the Reading to Make a Difference Book Club

In this edition of Book Talk Live, we're speaking with authors Lester Laminack and Katie Kelly about their new book, Reading to Make a Difference.  (continue reading)

Who Are Your Developing Level Language Students?

Developing level students can gain a solid understanding of what is presented in class, participate fully, and maintain interest in challenging content.  (continue reading)

Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia discuss Racial Equity In Literacy

This summer authors Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia will be co-facilitating a special Institute for Racial Equity in Literacy at UNH.  (continue reading)

Beyond The Letters: Living Openly with M. Colleen Cruz

This week on Beyond the Letters, Kate Roberts and Maggie Beattie Roberts speak with M. Colleen Cruz about living openly and authentically.  (continue reading)

Beyond The Letters: The Power of Representation and Inclusive Curriculum with Harper B. Keenan

This week on Beyond the Letters, Kate and Maggie speak with Harper B. Keenan about the importance of queer representation in our schools, and the great impact of inclusive curriculum.  (continue reading)

Finding Productive Ways to Say No

As teachers, our no responses must be about our students. Because our students and their needs are dynamic, those paths shift and change.  (continue reading)

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