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Moving Students Toward Independence

Our goal for all of our students is that they will use the skills we teach them independently.  (continue reading)

Beyond The Letters: Living Authentically with Shamari Reid

This week on Beyond the Letters, Kate and Maggie speak with Shamari Reid about living authentically, and fostering safe and inclusive spaces.  (continue reading)

What Is Implicit Bias?

It's important to talk about bias because we can't work against something that we don't know exists.  (continue reading)

What Can Marie Kondo Teach Us About Phonics Instruction?

In addition to using clear language and providing helpful feedback, teachers should be mindful of extra talk in their lessons.  (continue reading)

Beyond The Letters: Bringing Theory to Practice with Cody Miller

This week on Beyond the Letters, Kate and Maggie speak with Cody Miller about strategies for bringing theory into practice when it comes to celebrating and supporting LGBTQ+ students.  (continue reading)

Will the REAL Data Please Stand Up?

What would happen if you took notes for five minutes as your students were working? What would you see? What would you hear?  (continue reading)

Creating a Culture of Reading

Book clubs are where students fall in love with reading. We value book clubs because it is in these spaces that we witness humanity at its best  (continue reading)

Writing Support for Emerging English Learners

When English Learners’ cultural experiences and existing language skills are maximized, more positive outcomes are expected.  (continue reading)

Sign Up for the Leading Well Book Study with Lucy Calkins!

This summer, join Lucy Calkins and other educators from across the country for a live book study on Leading Well!  (continue reading)

Beyond The Letters: Being a Stronger Ally with shea martin

This week on Beyond the Letters, Kate Roberts and Maggie Beattie Roberts speak with shea martin about what it means to be an ally.  (continue reading)

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