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05/09/24

ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with Barry Lane

How can writing help students see they are not alone?  (continue reading)
05/02/24

ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with Shamari Reid

How does teaching occur at that nexus of storytelling, performance and art?  (continue reading)
04/25/24

ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with Willeena Booker

Join host Liz Prather and guest Willeena Booker as they explore the transformative potential of writing as a tool for healing and social justice.  (continue reading)
04/18/24

ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with Willie Carver

Wille Carver and Liz Prather explore how sharing personal narratives can pave the path to healing and advocacy.  (continue reading)
04/11/24

ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with David Rockower

David Rockower and Liz Prather discuss how students explore what matters to them through writing.  (continue reading)
04/09/24

9 Tips for Teaching Writing Minilessons

Writing workshop minilessons are meant as intervals for explicit, brief instruction in skills and strategies that then become part of a writer’s ongoing repertoire.  (continue reading)
04/04/24

ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with Stacey Joy

Stacey Joy and Liz Prather discuss the transformative power of using writing to reflect and rediscover joy in teaching.  (continue reading)
04/02/24

Effectively Teaching the Four Genres of Writing to Students

To teach writing well, it is important to know about qualities of the four major genres of writing.  (continue reading)
02/14/24

Students Need Poetry Now More than Ever

Georgia Heard outlines changes in the new edition of Awakening the Heart, and to think of ways to infuse poetry into the classroom.  (continue reading)
02/05/24

Heinemann Professional Books about Equity

A list of Heinemann professional books about equity: Start Here, Start Now; We Got This; Textured Teaching; and Being the Change.  (continue reading)

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