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Heart Mapping at Home: Meaningful, Authentic Writing

Now more than ever it is important that we create spaces for ourselves and our students to express feelings and process emotions.  (continue reading)

Ideas for Jumpstarting Writing at Home

From Linda Rief, author of The Quickwrite Handbook.  (continue reading)

Making Remote Learning Manageable For Teachers and Students

Jennifer Serravallo offers doable weekday schedules for teachers and kids plus advice and links for remote teaching.  (continue reading)

On The Podcast: Katherine Bomer and Corinne Arens on The Three Teaching Resources You Always Have Access To

What makes for a good writing workshop? The answer is less complicated than you might think.  (continue reading)

Jen Serravallo on Using Free Resources To Support Remote Teaching And Learning

Jennifer Serravallo has organized a list of free online resources to help you teach during these challenging times.  (continue reading)

The Social-Emotional Benefits of Choice in Writing

When students have lots of choices about what they will write about and how they will write it, there are many benefits.  (continue reading)

5 Big Questions to Ask When You’re Choosing a Mentor Text

...there is no better way to honor your teaching and increase the repertoire of what you can offer students.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Moving to a Points-Free System with Sarah Zerwin

In this episode, we're joined by Sarah Zerwin, author of the upcoming book Point-less: An English Teacher’s Guide to More Meaningful Grading.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: The Freedom of Genre Choice with Matt Glover and Carl Anderson

Today on the podcast we have a special conversation hosted by author Carl Anderson with his longtime friend and colleague, author Matt Glover.  (continue reading)

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