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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)

Making Technology Meaningful

Technology is a tool, not a goal, and it’s up to us to ensure that our students know how to use it effectively.  (continue reading)

What is Complete Comprehension? Part II: Evaluate

Here, you’ll find Jennifer Serravallo's answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the evaluation phase of Complete Comprehension.  (continue reading)

Teachers as Creative Artists

The Artful Read-Aloud is an invitation to see ourselves not just as literacy teachers but also as creative artists.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Getting to Know Your Readers with Sonja Cherry-Paul and Dana Johansen

In this episode, Sonja and Dana chat with Brett Whitmarsh about the role of technology in book clubs, and what is at the heart of starting a strong book club.   (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Why Read-Aloud Matters with Rebecca Bellingham

Today on the podcast we’re excited to bring you a reading from author Rebecca Bellingham.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Teaching Readers with Sonja Cherry-Paul and Dana Johansen

In this episode, Sonja and Dana chat about the value of book clubs, and how they can become a tool to disrupt the idea that our job and mission is to teach books…when really it should be to teach readers.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Writing Between the Commas with Martin Brandt

How do you feel about grammar? For many of us, it was a frustrating exercise that kept writing inaccessible.   (continue reading)

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