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Resources to Support Units of Study in Blended or Virtual Classrooms

The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project community has developed resources that will help you rise to the challenge of the 2020-21 school year.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: The Joyful Teacher with Berit Gordon

This week on the podcast we’re joined by Berit Gordon, author of The Joyful Teacher: Strategies for Becoming the Teacher Every Student Deserves.  (continue reading)

Berit Gordon Shows Us How to Prioritize What is Most Essential

Now more than ever, you need to check in with yourself to make sure you’re protecting and nurturing your own mental and physical health. So…how are you doing?  (continue reading)

Positive Notes: Ideas for Finding Connection and Celebration in the Midst of COVID-19

Distance learning poses many challenges for teachers and students. Veteran teacher and Heinemann author, Nancy Steineke, has some ideas for how to make a positive impact.  (continue reading)

From China to Nebraska: One Teacher's Journey During COVID-19

Jamie Nelsen, a second-grade teacher at Shekou International School in China, shares her experience with remote teaching and the journey that led her there  (continue reading)

Create an Environment for Inquiry Anywhere and Anytime. Here's How!

FOR YOU: a resource that highlights some ways kids can research what they are passionate about using online sources such as videos, websites, magazine articles, or ebooks or audiobooks.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: The Transformative Power of Translanguaging in Literature with Carla España and Luz Yadira Herrera

Carla and Luz provide helpful tips for choosing multilingual texts while teaching remotely, and explain how you can teach these texts.  (continue reading)

Supporting Young Children’s Mathematical Thinking at Home

During this time of remote teaching and learning, teachers can help parents and caregivers notice, support, and extend children’s math thinking with games and outdoor play.  (continue reading)

Heart Mapping at Home: Meaningful, Authentic Writing

Now more than ever it is important that we create spaces for ourselves and our students to express feelings and process emotions.  (continue reading)

Ideas for Writing Poems in a Pandemic

Carol Jago, author of The Book In Question, shares a lesson that invites students to reflect upon the changes they are experiencing during the Coronavirus pandemic.  (continue reading)

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