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Science is Poetry Podcast

Today on the Heinemann Podcast, authors Mark Lubkowitz, Amy VanDerwater and Valerie Bang-Jensen. What are crosscutting concepts?  (continue reading)

Amy Ludwig VanDerwater on The Many Uses of Poetry

In her new book, VanDerwater argues that poems should be the backbone of writing instruction, instead of being swept under the carpet as an afterthought.  (continue reading)

Helping Students Bring Beliefs into Writing

When we write, we nudge change. How can we be helping students bring beliefs into writing? Here are some resources to get you started.  (continue reading)

Katherine Bomer on Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's Poems Are Teachers

As if the wealth of Amy’s own writing and teaching ideas were not enough by themselves, she gifts us with a trove of poems by our favorite children’s poets.  (continue reading)

Rozlyn Linder on Lee Heffernan's new Back and Forth

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

Tiana Silvas on Fostering Empathy and Understanding Among Students

Heinemann Fellow Tiana Silvas on Fostering Empathy and Understanding Among Students  (continue reading)

Take The Heinemann Teacher Tour From Home!

Take The Heinemann Teacher Tour From Home!  (continue reading)

Aligning Teacher and Admin Goals to Get The Most Out of Evaluation

Aligning Teacher and Admin Goals to Get The Most Out of Evaluation  (continue reading)

This is What Segregation Looks Like, and How Heinemann Fellow Dr. Kim Parker is Working to Change It

This is What Segregation Looks Like, and How Heinemann Fellow Dr. Kim Parker is Working to Change It  (continue reading)

How Can The Writing Strategies Book Help With Your Own Writing Goals This Summer?

How Can The Writing Strategies Book Help With Your Own Writing Goals This Summer?  (continue reading)

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