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Podcast: Owning Your Story with Patrick Harris

We all have stories that shape our lives, make us who we are, and are worth sharing. On the podcast, meet author Patrick Harris and hear his story.  (continue reading)

Let's Talk Math! Purposeful Math with Kent Haines and Steve Leinwand

What do we want students to get out of math class? Proficiency? A love of math? Job prospects? Kent and Steve discuss.  (continue reading)

Podcast: Exploring Textured Teaching with Roberto and Lorena Germán

After living and teaching through a pandemic for over two years, we all need time to process and release in a collective manner. Where do we start?  (continue reading)

Podcast: Crafting a Strong Writing Minilesson with Ralph Fletcher

Today on the podcast, author Ralph Fletcher on the effectiveness of a good writing mini lesson in particular the value of having a visual in your mini lesson.   (continue reading)

Podcast: Harnessing the Joy of Reading with Donalyn Miller

What reading experiences have inspired you, helped you to see your own life more clearly, or connected you with others? Today we’re joined by Donalyn Miller to tell us more.  (continue reading)

Lets Talk Math! Using Visual Patterns with Kent Haines and Fawn Nguyen

What are visual patterns, and how can they open new possibilities for building math routines?  (continue reading)

Celebrating Neurodiversity with Dr. Manju Banerjee and Maggie Beattie Roberts

Maggie and Dr. Banerjee dive into the history of the neurodiversity movement, what it means to be a neurodiverse learner, and what an inclusive classroom looks like.  (continue reading)

Math Games Galore! with Kent Haines and Dan Finkel

What makes a good math game? We might not know it, but some of our most loved games are steeped in mathematical thinking.  (continue reading)

Abandoning the Myth of the Master Writer with Liz Prather and Tom Newkirk

The myth of the master writer has long plagued students and teachers alike, limiting our sense of self-confidence and writerly ability. Is it possible to dispel these notions?  (continue reading)

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