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Water for Teachers: Joy with guest Shane Coleman

This week, Shamari is joined by Shane Coleman, a physics teacher in Brooklyn, as they talk about finding joy in teaching.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Teaching Writing in Small Groups with Jennifer Serravallo

What are the benefits of writing in small groups? Today on the podcast we’re speaking with Jen Serravallo about her new book Teaching Writing in Small Groups.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Empathy with guest Rusty Walker

This week, Shamari is joined by Rusty Walker, a veteran teacher in San Diego, as they talk about holding empathy for our students and ourselves.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Fear and Rebellion with guest Linda Aldebot

This week, Shamari is joined by Linda Aldebot, a Middle School teacher in the Bronx, as they talk about our fears as humans who want to do what's best for students.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Love with Gabby Bachoo

This week, Shamari is joined by Gabby Bachoo, a first year teacher, as they talk about our ability to love as humans and how we can center that love in the classroom.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: The World and Us with guest Tara Benitez

This week, Shamari is joined by Tara Benitez as they talk about our complicated identities as humans in education.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Setting the Stage with guest Holly Jordan

This week, Shamari is joined by Holly Jordan, as they explore the power of vulnerability and being honest about our imperfect humanity.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Jennifer Serravallo and Marilyn Burns on the Connection Between Reading and Math

On this episode of the Heinemann Podcast, we're bringing together authors Jennifer Serravallo and Marilyn Burns as they explore the intersections between literacy and math in the K-5 classroom.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Elevating Equity and Justice Read Aloud with Robert Kim

Schools can take steps to increase student racial diversity--but sometimes putting policies into practice is more complicated than it should be.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Modeling Mistake Making with Colleen Cruz

Mistakes are part of learning. How do we address our own mistakes and model our responses? How do we create a mistakes-welcoming classroom?  (continue reading)

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