When we, Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia, began imagining what IREL could be, we knew we wanted a space where teachers could take the necessary time to reflect deeply on their practices and work for transformative change in their classrooms, schools, and communities. (continue reading)
Heinemann PD offers a wide variety of options to meet you where you are in your professional learning journey. So, what does it look like to meet an entire school or a large segment of a district where they are now and over time? That’s where Heinemann Consulting Authors come in.
The number 2020 once signified perfect eyesight, or clearer hindsight gained from the passage of time. For the world of education, 2020 now represents a high-stress whirlwind of redesigning teaching and learning, far outpacing the prior, frequent changes in education, all while still living in and surviving a pandemic. (continue reading)
A conversation between Michelle Flynn and Jaclyn Karabinas from Heinemann Professional Development about their observations around working virtually with educators and students over the last 6 months. (continue reading)
This fall, we will continue to provide high-quality professional development to you on a wide range of topics — virtually!
What does this mean? It means that no matter where you live, you have many more choices than before. It means more options for finding something that fits your goals and schedule. (continue reading)
Listen in or watch as Dr. Sonja Cherry Paul and Tricia Ebarvia talk about centering racial equity in our literacy practices and their upcoming (virtual!) Institutes for Racial Equity in Literacy. #IREL20 (continue reading)
From Friday January 17, 2020 to Monday, January 20, we will be immersed in inquiry in Charleston, SC, at Curiosity Across the Curriculum: Pursuing Engagement, Literacy, and Action through Inquiry hosted by "Smokey" Daniels, Nancy Steineke, Chad Everett, Kristin Ziemke, and Sara Ahmed. (continue reading)
This incredible weekend of learning invites us to embrace the inquiry process we wish our students to experience, trying out everything we will ask of them, as we commit to the more engaging and challenging practice of student-directed inquiry. (continue reading)