Tag Archives: Teri Lesesne

Boothbay Literacy Institute: Day Two

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*artwork 6/28/17 by attendee Christina Porter

"The smartest person in the room IS the room." —Kylene Beers and Bob Probst

This was one of the most popular tweets from the Boothbay Literacy institute, Day Two. We've been practicing this every moment as we think, write, talk, and reflect on what this mean for our students, how this empowers them as thinkers, inquirers, and learners.

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Boothbay Literacy Institute: Day One

From early morning writing workshop with Linda Rief, to critical conversations prompted by Kylene Beers and Bob Probst, beautiful book recommendations by Teri Lesesne, and hearing from our legendary, beloved guest speaker Nancie Atwell, Boothbay Day One imparted nothing short of solid foundation for real change. 

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Boothbay Literacy Institute: Sunday Opening Session

*photo credit: Teri Lesesne

This year marks the tenth year of the annual Boothbay Literacy Institute, hosted by Kylene Beers, Robert Probst and distinguished faculty. Sunday night's opening session began with Kylene and Bob igniting thinking and conversation along with a panel including Penny Kittle, Linda Rief, and Teri Lesesne. Kylene posed questions for us all to hold close this week: What needs to change? What assumptions make that change hard?

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Your Weekly Link Round-Up for the week of July 31-Aug. 5

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These links are interviews with educators, posts from our authors' and friends' blogs, and any interesting, newsworthy item from the past seven days. Check back each week for a new round of finds!

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4th Annual Heinemann Teacher Tour (Video and Tweets)

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On Saturday, July 30, 2016, Heinemann welcomed 80 teachers to Portsmouth, NH for our 4th Annual Heinemann Teacher Tour. The event featured four 40-minute sessions with authors Donalyn Miller, Teri Lesesne, Kate Roberts, Kristi Mraz, Christine Hertz, Dana Johansen and Sonja Cherry-Paul. Below, you can watch the Facebook Live videos of each session and the collection of live tweeting. We've also included the Instagram moments and Slide Share from Donalyn and Teri's session on diverse books.

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