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Elevating Craft and Process Studies

To support children in becoming strong, confident writers, we need to engage them in different types of meaningful studies within and across grade levels.  (continue reading)

The Importance of Working Within a Unit of Study

The word unit implies that we have goals we are working toward. But the word study is just as important.  (continue reading)

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)

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