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PD Spotlight: Literacy

As our world grows and shifts, so does our definition of literacy. Sense-making through reading, writing, speaking, and listening is nuanced when we consider the numerous modes of information we encounter each day.  (continue reading)

Learn from Jennifer Serravallo this Spring!

Whether you have just discovered Jennifer Serravallo's books and resources or have been learning from her throughout your teaching career, you will benefit from one of her spring professional learning events.  (continue reading)

Math Games Galore! with Kent Haines and Dan Finkel

What makes a good math game? We might not know it, but some of our most loved games are steeped in mathematical thinking.  (continue reading)

Abandoning the Myth of the Master Writer with Liz Prather and Tom Newkirk

The myth of the master writer has long plagued students and teachers alike, limiting our sense of self-confidence and writerly ability. Is it possible to dispel these notions?  (continue reading)

Comprehension Connections - The Audiobook!

Heinemann is pleased to announce the latest addition to our growing line of audiobooks, Comprehension Connections: Bridges to Strategic Reading by Tanny McGregor.  (continue reading)

PD Spotlight: Teaching Mathematics

Even before the pandemic, the call for a new vision of math instruction was loud. A challenge in this profession is consistently having opportunities to think critically and collaboratively about pedagogy to avoid "teaching how we were taught"...  (continue reading)

Let's Talk Math! Pathways, Participation, and More with Kent Haines and Dr. Robert Q. Berry III

Kent and Dr. Berry cover a wide range of topics, from building math classrooms where students feel confident participating, to committing to DEI work in mathematics.  (continue reading)

Igniting Students’ Curiosity and Advocacy … All While Learning Math

Educational subjects lose power when taught in isolation. Bring literature into your math classroom to pique student curiosity and connect it to advocacy…all while learning math.  (continue reading)

Podcast: Linguistic Borders, Translanguaging, and Honoring Bilingual Literacies

Lorena, Carla, and Luz join the podcast to talk about the many ways in which their work overlaps, and uncover new ways of honoring students’ rich linguistic lives.   (continue reading)

PD Spotlight: Creating Change

We know that living in a perpetual cycle of triage is unsustainable. We know we need to find a way to support each other and revise our rhythm to match the world we live and teach in today.  (continue reading)

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