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Mindset and Understanding How The Brain Does What it Does

In A Mindset for Learning, authors Kristi and Christine show how together, students and teachers can create classrooms of risk and resilience.  (continue reading)

View a clip from our Webinar Series with Colleen Cruz

Our first live webinar session with Colleen Cruz was packed with thinking about a mindset for teaching writing, strategies to guide repetitive student writing, mirror writing, and more!  (continue reading)

Teaching Middle School Reading Units of Study: Tips from the Authors

Teachers of middle school reading have their own, unique set of challenges. Some of these hopes for middle school readers might resonate with you:  (continue reading)

Using an Editor's Mindset: An Origin Story

In Back and Forth: Using and Editor's Mindset to Improve Student Writing, Lee Heffernan encourages teachers to go from giving writing feedback to students as their teacher, to giving feedback as stude  (continue reading)

Facilitating Generative Student-to-Student Talk in the Science Classroom

Facilitating Generative Student-to-Student Talk in the Science Classroom  (continue reading)

Confronting Shame In The Math Classroom

Confronting Shame In The Math Classroom  (continue reading)

Rozlyn Linder on Lee Heffernan's new Back and Forth

Rozlyn Linder on Lee Heffernan's new Back and Forth  (continue reading)

Writing Engaging Characters for Nonfiction

Writing Engaging Characters for Nonfiction  (continue reading)

The Four Essential Elements of Engaging Science Stories

The Four Essential Elements of Engaging Science Stories  (continue reading)

9 Types of Reading Conferences: A Jumping Off Point

9 Types of Reading Conferences: A Jumping Off Point  (continue reading)

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