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On the Podcast: Developing Writing Skills with Mentor Texts with Allison Marchetti and Rebekah O'Dell

Mentor texts from a variety of high-interest sources along with diverse authors can be a real game changer in secondary writing classrooms.   (continue reading)

Reasons People are Attending #IREL21 This Summer

Upon registration for #IREL21, participants were sent a survey asking why they decided to return this year OR why they are signing up for the first time. Here is what we learned.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Trusting Readers, Trusting Ourselves with Jennifer Scoggin and Hannah Schneewind

In this special podcast conversation, Jen and Hannah are interviewed by Heinemann author Carl Anderson.  (continue reading)

All About the Complete Comprehension: Fiction Expansion Pack

The Complete Comprehension: Fiction expansion pack gives your students more choice in what they read for assessment, and you more options for matching students’ interest with their assessment book.  (continue reading)

Include Queer Students by Skye Tooley

The more we understand and break down our own misconceptions, the more we will be able to create inclusive lessons and a space for ALL learners to flourish.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Leading Literate Lives with Stephanie Affinito

Today on the podcast we are chatting with Stephanie Affinito about her new book Leading Literate Lives.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: A Conversation Between Marilyn Burns and Lucy Calkins

On this special episode of the Heinemann podcast, we're joined by Lucy Calkins and Marilyn Burns as they explore what we can learn from children when we listen.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Connecting Literacy and the Arts with Susan MacKay

Today on the podcast we’re exploring the stories we tell, and how we can create a classroom community that builds space for everyone’s story.   (continue reading)

Towards a Practice of Freedom: Previewing this Year’s Institute for Racial Equity in Literacy

When we, Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia, began imagining what IREL could be, we knew we wanted a space where teachers could take the necessary time to reflect deeply on their practices and work for transformative change in their classrooms, schools, and communities.  (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)

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