The amount of resources that are becoming available on a daily basis can feel overwhelming. We are providing a resource roundup so you can quickly scan through categories and find what you need. Check back here for updates as we will be adding links as they are available!
HEINEMANN AUTHOR LED PD OPPORTUNITIES
[NEW] Linda Rief, author of The Quickwrite Handbook, graciously offered (from retirement) to pull together some quickwrite ideas for parents and teachers who are navigating remote learning for kids of all ages. Click here to access the PDF: Ideas for Jumpstarting Writing at Home. For more writing resources visit our Writing Resources webpage.
- Tammy Mulligan, co-author of It’s All About the Books: How to Create Bookrooms and Classroom Libraries That Inspire Readers, has started a video series with her dog called Writing Camp with Hoppy and Ranger. Find Tammy on Twitter at @TammyBMulligan.
- Susan O'Connell, lead author of Math in Practice, pulled together resources for teaching math remotely for K-5 students. These resources and more were mentioned in the recent podcast interview with Susan. You can find Susan on Twitter at @SueOConnellMath.
- Maggie Beattie Roberts, co-author of DIY Literacy, posted a video on Vimeo on How To Create Simple Engaging and Effective Digital Lessons. Find Maggie on Twitter at @MaggieBRoberts.
- Units of Study author Lucy Calkins and her Teachers College Reading and Writing Project coauthors are hosting a series of special Office Hours sessions to help educators and administrators cope with the challenges of teaching and learning remotely. Fill out the TCRWP Office Hours Landing Page to access recordings of previous sessions, view the links and resources, and register for the next sessions.
- Additional resources from Teachers College Reading and Writing Project are available on TCRWP’s Virtual Learning Support webpage, including resources related to Flipped Teaching, Live Teaching, Micro-Workshops, Padlets, Raising Morale, and Supporting Kids Offline.
- Matt Glover, author of Craft and Process Studies, has started a video series for parents with easy ways to support children at home. The videos are posted on Matt's website, Author to Author, and also on his YouTube page. You can find Matt on Twitter at @Mattglover123.
- Ralph Fletcher, author of Focus Lessons, is hosting a Facebook Live series called "Writing with Ralph". Watch recorded sessions on Ralph's Facebook page. You can find him on Twitter at @FletcherRalph.
- Kristin Ziemke and Katie Muhtaris, authors of Read The World, have created a Distance Learning Support webpage with helpful links and documents. Find them on Twitter at @KristinZiemke and @KatieMuhtaris.
- Kristine Mraz, coauthor of Kids First from Day One, is sharing Lesson Plans on her blog. Can you guess what Lesson Plan #1 is? Find her on Twitter at @MrazKristine.
- Barry Lane (author of After THE END: Teaching and Learning Creative Revision) and Colleen Mestdagh have shared a video and lesson plan for Kindness Literacy Lessons. Find Barry on Twitter at @BarryLane.
FOR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING SUPPORT:
- [NEW] Carla España and Luz Yadira Herrera are hosting a virtual book group series on Zoom for their book En Comunidad: Lessons for Centering the Voices and Experiences of Bilingual Latinx Students. Find them on Twitter at @ProfesoraEspana and @Dra_LuzYadira.
- Kristin Ziemke and Katie Muhtaris, co-authors of Read the World, are hosting a PD opportunity on 3/27 at 3PM (ET) / Noon (PT) focused on: Rethinking Learning in a Digital Age. Bring your questions and be ready to talk about your teaching.
- Kylene Beers, author of When Kids Can't Read—What Teachers Can Do, is hosting Zoom sessions about literacy issues and home schooling. Find her on Twitter at @KyleneBeers.
- Penny Kittle and Kelly Gallagher, authors of 180 Days: Two Teachers and the Quest to Engage and Empower Adolescents, have started started a YouTube Video Series where they are leading conversations around Teaching and Learning. Teachers are invited to respond on Flipgrid. Find them on Twitter at @PennyKittle and @KellyGToGo
- Amy Ludwig VanDerwater, author of Poems Are Teachers, is leading a video series called Keeping a Notebook ... Together. Videos are posted on Padlet and YouTube. Find Amy on Twitter at @amylvpoemfarm.
- Using Heinemann Materials for Remote or Digital Teaching
- Remote Literacy Learning Suggestions from the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Team
- On the Podcast: Remote Math Instruction with Sue O'Connell
- Jennifer Serravallo on How to Get Started with Distance and Virtual Teaching, Even if You’re Feeling Unprepared!
- Teaching During School Closure: Where To Start by Sarah Gilmore
- What Considerations Should We Keep in Mind for Distance Learning [Facebook LIVE Recording] with Jennifer Serravallo, Kristin Ziemke, and Katie Muhtaris
- Teaching and Leading In the Midst of COVID-19 [WEBINAR SERIES] with Lucy Calkins. Recordings for past sessions and registration for the next sessions available now.