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Dedicated to Teachers


Building Your Virtual Bookroom

Clare Landrigan shares her template for a virtual classroom library, and shows you how to start digitally curating books for your students.  (continue reading)

Making Remote Learning Manageable For Teachers and Students

Jennifer Serravallo offers doable weekday schedules for teachers and kids plus advice and links for remote teaching.  (continue reading)

Jen Serravallo on Using Free Resources To Support Remote Teaching And Learning

Jennifer Serravallo has organized a list of free online resources to help you teach during these challenging times.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Deep Comprehension and Digital Texts with Jennifer Serravallo and Dr. Maryanne Wolf

Schools are closing, and teachers are supporting students remotely. In many cases, we will all be spending more time reading and writing on screen.   (continue reading)

Download the Reading To Make A Difference Companion Study Guide Today

"When even a small group of readers come together to engage in conversation around a shared text, each of them leaves with greater insight than any one of them brought."  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Jennifer Serravallo on Responsive Reading Instruction

Responsive reading instruction empowers us to design student centered learning experiences.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Libraries as Healing Spaces with Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres and Janet Damon

In this episode, Julia sits down with Janet Damon to talk about how libraries can be healing spaces.  (continue reading)

To Progress, We Need to Step Back

Clearly, it is time to stop doing what we have always done with our middle and high school students while expecting different results.  (continue reading)

Conference And Small Group Note Taking Made Doable

Jennifer Serravallo shares some of her best quick and helpful tips for taking notes during reading conferences and small group work.  (continue reading)

Staying Open to Make Room for Rich Thinking

How do we keep our teaching, and our reading, alive? How do we help children feel they are on a path of discovery?  (continue reading)

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