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Teaching Students about the Give-and-Take of Response

The same in-process response that professional writers receive is even more crucial for children. Learn how to teach children to use the language of writers to graciously give and receive feedback.  (continue reading)

On The Podcast: Katherine Bomer and Corinne Arens on The Three Teaching Resources You Always Have Access To

What makes for a good writing workshop? The answer is less complicated than you might think.  (continue reading)

The Social-Emotional Benefits of Choice in Writing

When students have lots of choices about what they will write about and how they will write it, there are many benefits.  (continue reading)

Katherine Bomer on Going From What’s Wrong to What’s Strong In Student Writing

To help writers make progress, Katherine Bomer says that stepping back from what’s wrong and looking for what’s strong can make all the difference.  (continue reading)

On The Podcast: Reflecting Through Writing with Katherine Bomer and Katie Wood Ray

This week on the Heinemann Podcast, Katherine Bomer speaks about her development as a writer and educator.  (continue reading)

Accepting Variety in Student Writing

We truly want the best for our student writers, and we do not want them to be judged for any perceived lack of intelligence about “correctness” in writing.  (continue reading)

A Special NCTE-Edition Heinemann Podcast Roundup

Whether you were able to attend the conference or not, we've compiled some favorite Heinemann podcasts with authors who presented at this year's NCTE17.  (continue reading)

Katherine Bomer on Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's Poems Are Teachers

As if the wealth of Amy’s own writing and teaching ideas were not enough by themselves, she gifts us with a trove of poems by our favorite children’s poets.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: May Round Up!

PLC Series: May Round Up!  (continue reading)

PLC Series: The Language We Can Gather from Reading More Widely

PLC Series: The Language We Can Gather from Reading More Widely  (continue reading)

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