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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)

On the Podcast: What To Do When Your Book Clubs Just Aren't Working with Sonja Cherry-Paul and Dana Johansen

Today on the Heinemann Podcast we’re joined by Sonja Cherry-Paul and Dana Johansen, co-authors of “Breathing New Life into Book Clubs.”  (continue reading)

Discovering Our Own Identities

Taking the initiative to be reflective about one's inward identity can be enlightening!  (continue reading)

Three Processes for Teaching Purposeful Talk

Authentic, purposeful talk is, by nature, unpredictable, but your teaching doesn’t have to be.  (continue reading)

We Thank You Today and Every Day: Happy Teacher Appreciation Week 2019!

Here at Heinemann we're celebrating by sharing stories from the people who know teaching best: you!  (continue reading)

Engaging With Compelling Ideas

If children are to develop as a learning community, they must believe that their efforts to engage with each other and with ideas matter.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Examining Systems and Practices to Change Outcomes

If we accept that discomfort is inevitable but silence is not a strategy, what practices or systems in your school can you examine in order to confront and change outcomes for students of color?  (continue reading)

Identifying When Change Needs to Happen

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)

Building a Framework for Deeper Understanding

Laminack and Katie Kelly offer a framework that can both deepen and broaden students’ understandings, insights, and empathy for the greater human family.  (continue reading)

Four Ways to Engage with Eachother

To learn together, children need to figure out how to live in the confined space of a classroom, developing processes that enable them to navigate their environment, and each other, with care, respect and trust.  (continue reading)

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