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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)

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)

Identifying Your Students' Strengths and Needs

Knowing our students helps us to choose the most useful resources for them and to make every moment of our precious instructional time count.  (continue reading)

A Vision for Book Clubs

Our vision for book clubs continues to be a work in progress. It is informed by our own experiences and our ongoing dialogue with fellow educators.  (continue reading)

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