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Teaching the Art of Asking Questions

Teaching questioning skills is not an easy process. It involves patience, scaffolding, and focused instruction. Asking a question is not something that a lot of our students know how to do innately, especially at the primary level.  (continue reading)
Frances Lown Mar 14, 2018 8:39:56 AM

Powerful Interventions for Kids Who are Stuck at a Reading Level, 3-8

In the upper grades, students don’t often move up reading levels as quickly as they do when they are younger. But that said, it’s still important to take note when a student has been in the same level for what seems like too long.  (continue reading)
Anna Cockerille Mar 12, 2018 5:22:16 PM

Creating a Culturally Competent Curriculum

Curriculum should be meaningful, engaging, relevant, and relatable to our students. We want all children to be engaged and to learn.  (continue reading)
Frances Lown Mar 12, 2018 8:23:08 AM

What if I Love My Whole-Class Novels?

I believe we can teach whole class novels in ways that increase independence, ability, and engagement. We can keep our novels, but we may need to change the way we do them.  (continue reading)
Lauren Audet Mar 12, 2018 6:02:00 AM

Science is Poetry Podcast

Today on the Heinemann Podcast, authors Mark Lubkowitz, Amy VanDerwater and Valerie Bang-Jensen. What are crosscutting concepts?  (continue reading)
Frances Lown Mar 8, 2018 4:56:14 PM

Lindsey Moses is coming to CA and NY!

Elementary teachers working with diverse populations often ask, "How can I support the needs of my English learners and proficient English speakers at the same time?  (continue reading)
HeinemannPD Mar 8, 2018 11:13:14 AM

Why Learn With Multiple Sources?

In this video, author Sunday Cummins explains how we want students to ask questions and then actively seek out answers by locating and reading or viewing multiple sources—articles, books, videos, photographs, infographics. Then, we want students to articulate what they've learned.  (continue reading)
Frances Lown Mar 7, 2018 9:15:00 AM

How Can Instructional Routines Support Teaching and Learning?

In this video, you’ll see Boston Teacher Residency alumni using instructional routines in their planning and teaching.  (continue reading)
Lauren Audet Mar 7, 2018 7:42:29 AM

Building a School of Math People, One Conversation at a Time

As principals, we tend to think a lot about the big moments like staff meetings, welcome-back letters, and assemblies. But, in truth, leadership doesn’t happen in grand gestures  (continue reading)
Lauren Audet Mar 6, 2018 5:47:22 PM

What's Most Important In Helping Students Prepare for Tests, 3-8

At this week’s TCRWP Twitter chat, Janet Steinberg, Research and Data Manager for the TCRWP, and staff developer Rhea Royster will lead a chat on what is most important in helping students in grades 3-8 prepare for tests.  (continue reading)
Anna Cockerille Mar 6, 2018 3:49:34 PM

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