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11/08/22

Four Steps to Using Mentor Texts to Teach Writing

When you use mentor texts in your teaching, you have at your fingertips concrete examples of craft techniques and conventions to refer to during your mini-lessons, small group lessons and writing conferences.  (continue reading)
09/30/22

Download This Free Guide to Teaching During an Election

With an historic national election on the horizon, you may be wondering if and how you should address it in your classroom  (continue reading)
02/09/22

How to Access Online Resources Step-By-Step

Follow this easy step-by-step guide to start making the most of your online resources today!  (continue reading)
10/13/21

Marilyn Burns Presents a Closer Look at Listening to Learn

WATCH NOW: On September 21st, Marilyn Burns went live on the Heinemann Facebook page to give educators a closer look at Listening to Learn, a new K--5 digital interview tool.  (continue reading)
07/30/21

How I Got Hooked on One-on-One Math Interviews by Marilyn Burns

Listening to students, one on one, provides access into their reasoning in a way that’s unique and invaluable. A special blog post from Marilyn Burns.  (continue reading)
06/02/21

Planning Instruction with Mentor Texts

Watch a FREE planning video and download a FREE study guide from Allison Marchetti and Rebekah O’Dell, coauthors of A Teacher’s Guide to Mentor Texts.  (continue reading)
05/14/21

Take a First Look at The Listening To Learn Math Interviews and Join The Conversation!

Catch up on the Marilyn Burns Slow Twitter Chat. Watch video clips of math interviews and share your thinking of what is happening either in the blog comments or on Twitter using #ListeningToLearn.  (continue reading)
04/27/21

Starting Small with Mentor Texts: Studying Craft and Punctuation

It helps to start small. A beautifully crafted sentence is filled with interesting decisions the writer has made, and there’s so much to learn.  (continue reading)
03/04/21

Book Talk Live: Jennifer Serravallo Introduces Teaching Writing in Small Groups

Watch Jennifer Serravallo discuss her new book, Teaching Writing in Small Groups, in a special LIVE recording.  (continue reading)
02/22/21

Cornelius Minor’s Guide to Making Classroom Change

Sometimes the things that we have to do become tradition, and as tradition ages sometimes those practices do not serve all children. Sometimes we have to change an established way of doing things in order to better serve our kids.  (continue reading)

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