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Water for Teachers: Empathy with guest Rusty Walker

This week, Shamari is joined by Rusty Walker, a veteran teacher in San Diego, as they talk about holding empathy for our students and ourselves.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Fear and Rebellion with guest Linda Aldebot

This week, Shamari is joined by Linda Aldebot, a Middle School teacher in the Bronx, as they talk about our fears as humans who want to do what's best for students.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Love with Gabby Bachoo

This week, Shamari is joined by Gabby Bachoo, a first year teacher, as they talk about our ability to love as humans and how we can center that love in the classroom.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Setting the Stage with guest Holly Jordan

This week, Shamari is joined by Holly Jordan, as they explore the power of vulnerability and being honest about our imperfect humanity.  (continue reading)

Infographic: Remote Learning and The Resiliency of Educators

Throughout April and May, Heinemann surveyed over 1,300 educators including classroom teachers, interventionists, literacy coaches, and reading specialists. From these surveys, we learned more about the obstacles educators faced during the early stages of the COVID19 pandemic.  (continue reading)

Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week 2020

Get 40% off the list price of our Professional Books plus FREE SHIPPING during the month of May 2020. Some restrictions apply.  (continue reading)

What The U.S. Supreme Court DACA Case Will Mean for Thousands of Teachers and Students

Thursday Jue 18th, 2020 the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the attempts to dismantle the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program protecting undocumented immigrants brought to the country as children. Here's what it could mean for U.S. teachers, students, and schools.  (continue reading)

I'm Coming Out (As A Queer Educator Who Will No Longer Do This Work Alone)

We leave our closets in hopes of freedom, and we are often greeted with the responsibility of making our schools more inclusive for students and teachers just like us.  (continue reading)

The Best Advice From Teachers to Their First-Year Teacher Selves

We had the chance to ask teachers what advice they would give themselves in their first year of teaching (if they had a time machine, of course). Here's what they had to say...  (continue reading)

Marilyn Pryle Named Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year!

We are happy to share that on Monday, December 10, Heinemann author Marilyn Pryle was named Pennsylvania's Teacher of the Year in recognition of her innovative teaching and dedication to her students.  (continue reading)

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