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On the Podcast: We Got This Read Aloud with Cornelius Minor Part 2

“We learn lots from hero stories, but sometimes they leave out the concrete realities of change,” writes author Cornelius Minor. He goes on to write: “The ‘teacher as superhero’ story can be similarly misleading.” Today on the Heinemann Podcast, we’re exploring the reality of that story.  (continue reading)

Questioning Your Classroom Culture

If we want to ensure that kids benefit from the way that we choose to do school, we must realize that culture is not naturally occurring. Culture is visible and large and if we are not careful, our classroom and school culture can work to silence, exclude, and oppress children.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Stereotypes as an Enemy of Equity

Welcome back to the PLC Series for the 2018-19 school year! Each month, we'll share a post designed to provoke thinking and discussion through a simple framework, incorporating mini-collections of linked content...  (continue reading)

Finding the Tools for Powerful Teaching

In a world marked by histories, doctrines, policies, and beliefs that can sometimes drive us apart, what we do is vital. Mathematics, history, arts, sciences, writing, and reading matter immensely. But these disciplines are not the entirety of our work. They cannot be.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Building Better Heroes with Cornelius Minor

Today on the Heinemann Podcast, author Cornelius Minor on how the teacher as superhero narrative can be misleading if we don’t spend time with the imperfections that allow us to be human.  (continue reading)

Cornelius Minor and Kwame Alexander on the Heinemann Podcast

Today on a very special podcast, Heinemann author and lead staff developer with the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, Cornelius Minor sits down to interview NYTimes Best Selling author Kwame Alexander.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Empathy as a Tool for Inclusive Decision Making

This month, we look inward to understand how we ourselves develop empathy, so we can integrate experiences that foster empathy in students, as well as lead us toward more inclusive decision-making in our schools.  (continue reading)

Santa Fe: Day 2 & Day 3 Final Keynotes

Santa Fe: Day 2 & Day 3 Final Keynotes  (continue reading)

Santa Fe Multi-Day Institute 2018: Day One

Santa Fe Multi-Day Institute 2018: Day One  (continue reading)

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

Harvey “Smokey” Daniels Previews Upcoming Multi-Day Institute in Santa Fe  (continue reading)

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