As our world grows and shifts, so does our definition of literacy. Sense-making through reading, writing, speaking, and listening is nuanced when we consider the numerous modes of information we encounter each day. (continue reading)
Even before the pandemic, the call for a new vision of math instruction was loud. A challenge in this profession is consistently having opportunities to think critically and collaboratively about pedagogy to avoid "teaching how we were taught"... (continue reading)
We know that living in a perpetual cycle of triage is unsustainable. We know we need to find a way to support each other and revise our rhythm to match the world we live and teach in today. (continue reading)
The reflective practice of teaching can bring both joy and frustration. We feel joy in the moment a writing conference propels a student to a new place in their notebook, or when we witness the impact of a mini-lesson or mentor text... (continue reading)
When Brian Melton confirmed that his high school english students were experiencing a creative desert in their course schedules, this became the problem of practice that anchored his action research. (continue reading)
Follow the Questions: Using Action Research to Make Meaningful Change is a new On-Demand course by Ellin Oliver Keene that is designed to support you, your team, or your entire school in taking on the burning questions that keep you up at night and finding ways to support each other on your research journey to not only create change, but positively impact the children you teach every day.
Are you looking for a way to deepen your use of The Reading Strategies Book and/or The Writing Strategies Book by Jennifer Serravallo? Online learning -- webinars and on-demand courses -- allow you to learn at your own pace, from home or school, when your schedule allows. (continue reading)