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07/08/24

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)
07/01/24

Read Aloud Podcast: Build Background Knowledge with Digital Text Sets

When you make the decision to move beyond long-used textbooks, you might wonder, what will kids read?  (continue reading)
06/24/24

Integrating Poetry into a Busy Classroom

How can I fit poetry into my busy classroom schedule? And how do I even introduce poetry to students?  (continue reading)
06/17/24

Reading Beyond the Words: The Importance of Comprehension

What is a Reading Salad, and how can you use this tangible comprehension strategy to help your students understand complex concepts?  (continue reading)
06/10/24

Read Aloud Podcast: Enhancing Literacy and Learning Outside the Classroom with StoryWalks

Have you ever thought about what literacy might look like outside of the classroom?  (continue reading)
06/03/24

Read Aloud Podcast: Anchoring Lessons with Essential Questions

How can we use big, essential questions when we plan lessons and experiences for our students?  (continue reading)
05/27/24

Read Aloud Podcast: Extending Understanding

A strategy for deepening understanding with a text. Excerpt from Kylene's audiobook.  (continue reading)
05/20/24

Read Aloud Podcast: Authentic Writing for Real Audiences

In her book “Every Kid a Writer” Kelly Boswell reminds us that sometimes the hardest part about teaching writing is getting students to write at all.  (continue reading)
05/09/24

ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with Barry Lane

How can writing help students see they are not alone?  (continue reading)
05/02/24

ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with Shamari Reid

How does teaching occur at that nexus of storytelling, performance and art?  (continue reading)

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