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Listen to Chapter 10 from Children Want to Write: “Reflect, Reflect, Reflect.”

In Children Want to Write, the chapter titled “Reflect, Reflect, Reflect” included what may well have been Don Graves’ greatest, most honorable essay.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: The Power of Classroom Talk with Shana Frazin and Katy Wischow

Today on the podcast we’re discussing the value of teaching talk in the classroom.  (continue reading)

The Many Ways In Which Scientists Use Literacy

Until fairly recently, many committed science educators downplayed the idea that reading and writing play an important role in learning science.  (continue reading)

Why Teach Talk?

When you teach talk, you are teaching something that kids can use in reading, in writing, in math, in science, in social studies...  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Unlearning White Language Supremacy with Heinemann Fellow Minjung Pai and Dr. Asao Inoue

In this fourth installment to Minjung Pai's mini-series, Min speaks with Dr. Asao Inoue on unlearning white supremacist language in the classroom.  (continue reading)

Recognizing Schools' Institutional Bias

Because of bias, we’ve created institutions that reflect and enact it on people.  (continue reading)

Children Want to Write - The Audiobook

Learn more about the audiobook of Children Want to Write...  (continue reading)

What Are Name Stories?

Name stories are individuals’ explanations of the personal or traditional meaning, importance, or origin of their names  (continue reading)

Story Matters: A Foreword by Kelly Gallagher

Read the foreword to Liz Prather's new book, Story Matters, written by Kelly Gallagher. Story Matters tells the importance of learning through the power of story.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Letting Students Lead with Their Writing with Heinemann Fellow Brian Melton

Today on the podcast, we're handing the podcast over to Heinemann Fellow Brian Melton...  (continue reading)

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