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PLC Series: Planning Thoughtfully to Teach Students to Read the World

If we want to teach students to apply a range of strategies to make meaning from a range of texts, we need to be strategic about what this means for curriculum & instruction.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Libraries as Healing Spaces with Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres and Janet Damon

In this episode, Julia sits down with Janet Damon to talk about how libraries can be healing spaces.  (continue reading)

Jennifer Serravallo: Making a Difference in Oregon

“About five years ago, you wouldn’t have seen a model of instruction that has small groups and conferring,” Sarah Dunkin explains. Dunkin is an Early Learning and ELA Teacher on Special Assignment in Beaverton School District number 48 near Portland, Oregon. But all that has changed for Beaverton’s  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Robert Kim and the School to Prison Pipeline

Bob Kim explores his work around what he calls 'discipline disparity' and the school to prison pipeline.  (continue reading)

Strategies for Working Through Our Own Difficulties with Students

The Caring Teacher offers a challenge to all of us all to find a way to care about every student, especially the ones who feel the hardest to like.  (continue reading)

How The Language of Photography Can Be Used to Teach Writing

Students can be made aware of all the decisions they are making when crafting a photo and be encouraged to apply that thinking to their writing.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: The Freedom of Genre Choice with Matt Glover and Carl Anderson

Today on the podcast we have a special conversation hosted by author Carl Anderson with his longtime friend and colleague, author Matt Glover.  (continue reading)

Creating a Physical Environment That Empowers Learners

Space can have both a positive and a negative impact on our decision-making process.  (continue reading)

To Progress, We Need to Step Back

Clearly, it is time to stop doing what we have always done with our middle and high school students while expecting different results.  (continue reading)

The Artful Read-Aloud - The Audiobook!

The Artful Read-Aloud shares guiding principles drawn from the arts and meant to spark engagement, provoke inquiry, and inspire deep thinking.  (continue reading)

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