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Dedicated to Teachers


Teaching is Heart Work

If someone tells you teaching is easy, they probably don't really know teaching.  (continue reading)

Honoring Identities Through Exposure

Cultural norms and adult attitudes and behaviors define for children which differences matter and which do not.  (continue reading)

Incorporating Curiosity into Your Students' Day

Inquiry means kids investigating and exploring, instead of just sitting and listening.  (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)

2019 Summer Reading Camp Recap Blog

If you missed a day, or want to re-watch a certain video, you can find links to all the videos a the bottom of this page!  (continue reading)

This Summer, Join the Reading to Make a Difference Book Club

In this edition of Book Talk Live, we're speaking with authors Lester Laminack and Katie Kelly about their new book, Reading to Make a Difference.  (continue reading)

Moving Students Toward Independence

Our goal for all of our students is that they will use the skills we teach them independently.  (continue reading)

What Is Implicit Bias?

It's important to talk about bias because we can't work against something that we don't know exists.  (continue reading)

Always Keep Learning

We have a responsibility to keep learning, because in each class, students will have different strengths and needs. When our learning stops, our teaching stops.  (continue reading)

Making A Case For Researcher's Workshop Across The Day

“It’s time to rethink content instruction— no more dull slogs through the textbook! We love reader's and writer's workshop, so why not researcher's workshop?"  (continue reading)

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