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Bringing Community into the Virtual Classroom

Islah Tauheed shares her experience in building online community, as using it as tool to foster conversations about racial equity and justice.   (continue reading)

Positive Practices for You and Your Students

This is not a business-as-usual kind of school year. Be mindful of the human beings in front of you — and yourself. Some things to consider from Kelly Boswell, author of Every Kid A Writer.  (continue reading)

How Book Clubs Can Thrive In Both Physical And Virtual Classrooms

In times when book access can be challenging, it is important to know that there are a variety of ways for book clubs to thrive in our physical and virtual classrooms.  (continue reading)

Coping With Teacher Burnout During a Pandemic

Are you flirting with burnout? Overwhelmed by what it takes to teach in a pandemic? Join the conversation around finding ways to cope and even thrive during these challenging times.  (continue reading)

Shifting Your Teaching Toward Digital

Distance learning lessons and teaching strategies for the virtual classroom from the authors of Read The World and Amplify, Kristin Ziemke and Katie Muhtaris.  (continue reading)

How the Essentials of Reading and Writing Workshop Do—and Don't—Change with Virtual Teaching

This year, the need to build management and accountability systems that are equitable and supportive within a virtual environment is stronger than ever.  (continue reading)

Supporting Vocabulary Development Across the Day During Remote Learning

As we think about supporting vocabulary during remote teaching, it’s helpful to start with some big ideas about how people learn new vocabulary.  (continue reading)

Three Ways to Model Writing Remotely

The most powerful thing that writing teachers can do for student writers is to crack open their thinking and make the invisible process of writing visible.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Approaching New Technology in the Online Classroom with Sarah Gilmore and Katierose Deos

As classroom instruction has moved online, have you found yourself struggling to adapt? If so, you're not alone.   (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Connecting with Students Online with Jennifer Serravallo

When you think of the logistics of shifting our teaching from in person to online, you likely have had hundreds of questions that all start with, 'how?'  (continue reading)

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