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I Respect You: Embracing the Humanity of Black Students

Sharing about myself outside our classroom, apologizing, and problem-solving with them are key parts of the joy and humanity ever present in Room 112.  (continue reading)

Ellin Keene and Sonja Cherry-Paul: Why Do the Heinemann Fellowship?

Through action research, the Heinemann fellows initiative brings together a group of educators with curiosity about teaching and learning.  (continue reading)

A Piece of Home: Cultivating Alumni Peer Groups to Foster Community and Motivation Among First-Generation College Students

The community that is built through creating peer-alumni connections allows for a piece of home to remain with them throughout their college journey.  (continue reading)

Reading, Vulnerably

Though this particular act was initiated by a student, it gave me the opportunity to share memories of my own reading life. I’m on the lookout for moments when an act of vulnerability leads to a memorable experience for my students.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Culturally Responsive Librarianship with Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres and Suzi Tonini

Today on the podcast, Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres sits down with Suzi Tanini to discuss culturally responsive teaching...  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Cathery Yeh on the Culture of Mathematics

Today on the podcast, we're handing things over to Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle.  (continue reading)

Alumni Mentorship Through Acts of Cariño and Orgullo

Heinemann Fellow Irene Castillón looks at mentorship through a new lens...  (continue reading)

Dear Janelle: A Letter To An Overwhelmed Teacher

Heinemann Fellow Janelle W. Henderson shares a reflective letter.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Unlearning White Language Supremacy with Heinemann Fellow Minjung Pai and Dr. Asao Inoue

In this fourth installment to Minjung Pai's mini-series, Min speaks with Dr. Asao Inoue on unlearning white supremacist language in the classroom.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Letting Students Lead with Their Writing with Heinemann Fellow Brian Melton

Today on the podcast, we're handing the podcast over to Heinemann Fellow Brian Melton...  (continue reading)

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