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Take a First Look at The Listening To Learn Math Interviews and Join The Conversation!

Catch up on the Marilyn Burns Slow Twitter Chat. Watch video clips of math interviews and share your thinking of what is happening either in the blog comments or on Twitter using #ListeningToLearn.  (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)

Easy as Pi: 31.4% Off Math Resources!

To celebrate National Pi Day, we’re offering 31.4% off the list price of select math and science resources plus FREE SHIPPING! Details on the blog.  (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)

Celebrating 200 Episodes on the Heinemann Podcast!

The Heinemann Podcast is celebrating four years and 200 episodes!  (continue reading)

Mastering Basic Math Facts: Developing and Maintaining Skills Despite the Challenges of the Pandemic

Why are math facts so important? Is fact fluency the same as memorization? Why the concern about attention to math facts during the pandemic?  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: In The Moment Read Aloud with Jen Munson

This week on the podcast we’re excited to play for you a preview of one of Heinemann’s newest audiobooks, In The Moment: Conferring in the Elementary Math Classroom by Jen Munson.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Accessible Mathematics Read Aloud with Steve Leinwand

In Accessible Mathematics, Steven Leinwand shows how small shifts in the teaching you already do can make a big difference in student learning.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: What We Do for the Love of Math with Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Naomi Jessup

Too often, structural and systemic forces keep children from believing that they are good at math, setting them too early on trajectories that determine their level of success.  (continue reading)

What is Cognitively Guided Instruction?

What is CGI? Today we’ll give you an answer to help you decide if it might be right for your classroom.  (continue reading)

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