What’s the role of technology in literacy coaching? It’s a question that gets mixed responses from teachers and coaches. If you ask Stephanie Affinito, author of Literacy Coaching: Transforming Teaching and Learning with Digital Tools and Technology, she would say “it depends.” (continue reading)
Today on the Heinemann podcast: how do we create strong learning communities where students can feel confident in their mathematical abilities?
In their new book Thinking Together: 9 Beliefs for Building a Mathematical Community, Rozlynn Dance and Tessa Kaplan celebrate student-centered strategies that empower students to take risks, ask questions, and grow as learners. (continue reading)
Kelly and Penny discuss how this collaboration changed their teaching for the better. Our conversation with these two influential educators, picks up where we left off, by asking them to reflect on their year spent teaching together (continue reading)
This week on the Heinemann Podcast we welcome authors Kelly Gallagher & Penny Kittle of 180 Days. We had a lot to talk about, so we’re going to bring you our discussion in two parts. In Part One, we learn about their quest to engage and empower adolescents. (continue reading)
This week on the Heinemann Podcast we welcome Clare Landrigan and Tammy Mulligan, authors of It's All About The Books. From design, to inventory, to organizing, and using these books in the classroom—they demonstrate how to make the most of what you have, and how to get what you need on a budget. (continue reading)
Do you find yourself struggling with how to respond to students when topics like race, gender, politics, region and sexuality are brought up at school?
How do we create learning conditions where kids can ask the questions they want to ask and have tough conversations? Author Sara Ahmed says it begins with discomfort and not trying to save the moment. (continue reading)