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Harvey “Smokey” Daniels Previews Upcoming Multi-Day Institute in Santa Fe

On today's podcast we’re talking with Heinemann author Harvey “Smokey” Daniels. Smokey is giving us a preview of Heinemann’s upcoming Multi-Day Institute titled: Teaching with Student-Directed Inquiry: Pathways to Literacy, Empathy Achievement and Action Presented by Sara Ahmed, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, Cornelius Minor, Nancy Steineke and Kristin Ziemke.

This multi-day institute will take place Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday weekend in Santa Fe New Mexico. That’s January 12th through January 15th 2018. It truly is a K-12 event. There will be something for each grade level. So if you’re a K-12 classroom teacher, literacy or instructional coach, reading/writing specialist, principal, district leader or technology coordinator, this multi-day institute is for you. For more information on the institute, click here.

 

 

 

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Topics: Cornelius Minor, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, Heinemann Podcast, Kristin Ziemke, multi-day institutes, Nancy Steineke, Sara Ahmed, Smokey Daniels, Podcasts

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