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Keeping Play Purposeful During a Pandemic

How can we hold tight to the fundamental aspects of children's play during a pandemic? Learn how in this blog post from the authors of Purposeful Play.  (continue reading)

Flexible Thinking and Core Beliefs: Planning for a Very Different School Year

By cultivating flexible thinking and revisiting our core beliefs, we can reflect on and plan for how we teach in virtual, distanced, and blended spaces.  (continue reading)

Back-to-School: Remote Learning Link Pack (updated daily!)

A collection of links to online resources for educators and parents to support distance and virtual learning.  (continue reading)

Teaching is Heart Work

If someone tells you teaching is easy, they probably don't really know teaching.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Embrace Discomfort, Align Practices

Let’s begin thinking about aligning beliefs and practices not within the classroom, but in your personal life. Can you name something you routinely do because you believe it has a positive impact on long-term quality of life?  (continue reading)

Co-Create Charts with Students

How can we actively and intentionally involve students in the chart-making process so charts become an integral part of instruction? Let’s take a look at one way to involve students through the use of interactive writing.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Planning for Community, Not Compliance

Welcome back to the PLC Series for the 2018-19 school year! Each month, we'll share a post designed to provoke thinking and discussion through a simple framework, incorporating mini-collections of linked content...  (continue reading)

Turn & Talk: Kristi Mraz and "Smokey" Daniels with Ellin Oliver Keene

Turn & Talk conversations will be published on the Heinemann blog throughout Heinemann’s fortieth year, enabling our readers to immerse themselves in the most critical topics in education around the world from the perspectives of two deeply respected authors with very different backgrounds.  (continue reading)

5 Beliefs that Support Amazing Teachers

It is our responsibility to create classrooms where students can learn skills beyond the rote, that extend to their very ways of interacting with, and perhaps changing, the world. The beliefs that inform your teaching make all the difference.  (continue reading)

4 Time-Management Tips for Teachers

Back-to-school is the perfect time to try new time-management strategies like these. Test them out to see what works, and what doesn't.  (continue reading)

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