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12/13/22

Why Teach Kids to WRITE Graphic Novels?

Three reasons why teaching students to compose graphically is beneficial.  (continue reading)
12/08/22

Teach Students to Read Like Writers During Whole-Class Text Study

Watch Carl Anderson demonstrate how to help students learn to read like writers.  (continue reading)
12/06/22

What’s New in The Reading Strategies Book 2.0?

Author Jennifer Serravallo, worked to dramatically improve the New York Times best-seller to make it even better for teachers supporting their readers making progress every day.  (continue reading)
12/06/22

How Do We Teach Social Skills in the K–5 Classroom?

Social skills have to be learned, not just enforced. Try one (or all) of these suggestions.  (continue reading)
12/02/22

All About the Complete Comprehension: Expansion Packs for Fiction and Nonfiction

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)
12/01/22

Beyond Xs & Ys: Developing Algebraic Reasoning

Today we are joined by Julie McNamara to learn about how students develop their algebraic reasoning skills!  (continue reading)
11/30/22

How Can We Design Classroom Space to Maximize Student Learning?

Learn how to design classroom spaces that motivate students to engage with learning in ways that help them accomplish their content, language, and behavior goals.  (continue reading)
11/22/22

A Call for Rejecting The Newest 'Reading Wars'

Fifty-eight educators say ‘Sold a Story’ podcast series sells an incomplete story about reading instruction  (continue reading)
11/20/22

Where Do We Go From Here? A Vision for The Future of Heinemann

In this moment, Heinemann is moving forward in a way that reflects what has established us as a valued partner for educators—resources that are proven effective through a focus on teacher agency, student-centered learning, and engagement—while also harnessing the power of technology and bringing a modern sensibility to our work in support of teachers. We are doing this by...  (continue reading)
11/18/22

Lucy Calkins on The Important Truth About How to Teach Reading

Lucy Calkins recently penned an OpEd for Education Week. In the piece, she addresses the serious challenges facing education today and outlines how recent updates to the Units of Study meet those challenges head-on.   (continue reading)

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