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It's Not You, It's the Tool

Good news: if you feel like you’re bashing your head into a brick wall as you try to make assessment work for you, take heart. It’s not you.  (continue reading)

A Special NCTE-Edition Heinemann Podcast Roundup

Whether you were able to attend the conference or not, we've compiled some favorite Heinemann podcasts with authors who presented at this year's NCTE17.  (continue reading)

Developing Robust If...Then... Units in Reading, K-5

This is part of the beauty of the Units of Study: the specificity and precision of the Unit books juxtaposed with the flexibility of the If…Then…Curriculum book.  (continue reading)

Helping Struggling Learners to Show Understanding

For a variety of reasons, expressing understanding is hard for many struggling learners.  (continue reading)

Tom Newkirk on The Emotional Complexities of Teaching

Here, Newkirk discusses how he creates space with his students by giving them time to discuss and solve problems more slowly.  (continue reading)

Take Charge of Your Teaching Evaluation: Study Guide Now Available

this study guide offers another dimension of how this book can be used throughout the evaluation cycle.  (continue reading)

Helping Students Bring Beliefs into Writing

When we write, we nudge change. How can we be helping students bring beliefs into writing? Here are some resources to get you started.  (continue reading)

Heinemann Fellow Kate Flowers on Battling the Blahs

I know why so many teachers leave the profession in their first five years. The Blahs. For me, the Blahs come in October.  (continue reading)

With Struggling Learners, Embrace The Power of Yet

When we have a mindset that trusts that all students can grow, we can move struggling learners to a place of great joy and success.  (continue reading)

How to (Re)Integrate Your Beliefs Into Your Curriculum

What were your hopes and dreams before school started? Have they gotten buried? Let’s dust them off and bring them back!!  (continue reading)

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