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How Old is Too Old to Read Aloud to Your Students?

How Old is Too Old to Read Aloud to Your Students?  (continue reading)

Heinemann Fellow Kate Flowers Asks: What's Your Five Percent?

Heinemann Fellow Kate Flowers Asks: What's Your Five Percent?  (continue reading)

The Heinemann Fellows: Katie Charner-Laird Investigates Student Choice in the Math Classroom

The Heinemann Fellows: Katie Charner-Laird Investigates Student Choice in the Math Classroom  (continue reading)

How to Use The Writers-Readers Notebook in the Classroom

How to Use The Writers-Readers Notebook in the Classroom  (continue reading)

Choice and Independence in Teaching the Reading Units of Study: TCRWP Twitter Chat

Choice and Independence in Teaching the Reading Units of Study: TCRWP Twitter Chat  (continue reading)

Pop Culture as a Point of Engagement

Pop Culture as a Point of Engagement  (continue reading)

Patricia Vitale-Reilly on Classroom Rituals

Patricia Vitale-Reilly on Classroom Rituals  (continue reading)

Considering the Cognitive Classroom Environment

Considering the Cognitive Classroom Environment  (continue reading)

Patricia Vitale-Reilly: Choice in Process

Patricia Vitale-Reilly: Choice in Process  (continue reading)

The Heinemann Fellows: Amy Clark On Choice As Trust

The Heinemann Fellows: Amy Clark On Choice As Trust  (continue reading)

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