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3 Reasons to Love Independent Reading

For anyone looking for high-quality reading instructional methods, it’s easy to fall in love with independent reading time.  (continue reading)

Why Independent Reading is Exactly What Students Need Right Now

As you make plans for future instruction, build in time for independent reading first. Learn why from the authors of Trusting Readers.  (continue reading)

Building Better Independent Reading: Building Relationships Through Inquiry and Conferring

When students feel trusted, supported, and cared for, they are more likely to take an active role in their own learning, feel more engaged, and transfer literacy learning into independence.  (continue reading)

Building Better Independent Reading: Creating Classroom Spaces for Independent Reading

When we value time, choice, talk and teacher support in independent reading, we can design a classroom that promotes these principles.  (continue reading)

Half-Day Virtual PD Sessions with Cornelius Minor!

From his work around the world over the last two decades, including virtual work with teachers, districts, and communities since the start of the pandemic, Cornelius Minor has a clear idea of the challenges facing teachers in this moment.  (continue reading)

Reading Identity And Why It Matters by Jennifer Scoggin And Hannah Schneewind

When we listen closely to the stories readers tell about their reading lives, we are better able to name their strengths as a reader.  (continue reading)

Fostering Independence and the Progression Of Literacy Development

Fostering Independence and the Progression Of Literacy Development  (continue reading)

How to Support Student "Book Shopping" in Your Classroom

How to Support Student "Book Shopping" in Your Classroom  (continue reading)

Heinemann Fellow Kate Flowers Asks: What's Your Five Percent?

Heinemann Fellow Kate Flowers Asks: What's Your Five Percent?  (continue reading)

Simple Starts: Bravely Begin With Kari Yates

Simple Starts: Bravely Begin With Kari Yates  (continue reading)

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