In a special read-aloud edition of the Heinemann podcast, Cornelius Minor reads from the introduction of his new book; We Got This: Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be. (continue reading)
Today on the Heinemann Podcast, author Cornelius Minor on how the teacher as superhero narrative can be misleading if we don’t spend time with the imperfections that allow us to be human. (continue reading)
What does it mean to be a writer? And how do we establish routines for our beginning writers?
Today on The Heinemann Podcast, co-authors Katie Wood Ray and Lisa Cleaveland on their new book: A Teacher’s Guide to Getting Started with Beginning Writers. (continue reading)
Today on the Heinemann Podcast, we’re learning about creative ways to grow our thinking. Tanny McGregor explains the power behind putting words and pictures together in the method of “sketchnoting.” (continue reading)
Today on the Heinemann Podcast, does the design of an assignment impact the quality of a student’s work? Jim Burke is the author of The Six Academic Writing Assignments: Designing the User’s Journey. (continue reading)
Turn & Talk is a celebration of Heinemann’s 40th anniversary, hosting conversations between authors who have written for Heinemann since its early years, and those who are newer authors, bringing their unique perspectives to the table. (continue reading)
How do we encourage students to genuinely engage with challenging or difficult texts?
Today on the Heinemann Podcast, Marilyn Pryle, author of “Reading with Presence” suggests a method of writing and sharing reading responses, which differ from the usual short essay answer. (continue reading)
This October, we're celebrating the two year anniversary of the Heinemann Podcast! We love bringing our listeners engaging conversations about the topics that matter to educators around the world. (continue reading)
Today on the Heinemann Podcast, what drives us to read?
In her latest book, “The Book in Question: Why and How Reading is In Crisis,” author Carol Jago highlights the importance of reading, and what we stand to lose when it is devalued. (continue reading)