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On the Podcast: Developing Writing Skills with Mentor Texts with Allison Marchetti and Rebekah O'Dell

Mentor texts from a variety of high-interest sources along with diverse authors can be a real game changer in secondary writing classrooms.   (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Leading Literate Lives with Stephanie Affinito

Today on the podcast we are chatting with Stephanie Affinito about her new book Leading Literate Lives.  (continue reading)

The Power of Using Mentor Texts in Secondary Classrooms

We can prepare our students for academic writing tasks when we invite them to make the kind of writing real writers make.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Fostering a Love of Writing through Fiction with Tom Newkirk

If we want students to develop a love of books and writing, we need to bring fiction back to our writing curriculum,  (continue reading)

Bridging The Divide Between Creative Writing And Literary Analysis

Finding ways to bring fiction writing into the curriculum from Tom Newkirk, author of Writing Unbound: How Fiction Transforms Student Writers.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Teaching Writing in Small Groups with Jennifer Serravallo

What are the benefits of writing in small groups? Today on the podcast we’re speaking with Jen Serravallo about her new book Teaching Writing in Small Groups.  (continue reading)

Celebrating 200 Episodes on the Heinemann Podcast!

The Heinemann Podcast is celebrating four years and 200 episodes!  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Demystifying the Writing Process with Kelly Boswell

What do we do when students are reluctant to write? The most important thing to remember is that it's the conditions, not the kids.   (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Vocabulary Development Aross the Day with Tanya Wright and Katie Wood Ray

Young children love to learn and use new words. How do we tap into this natural curiosity and excitement to support vocabulary development?  (continue reading)

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