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Learning to Value Students' Writing at Every Stage

Learning never occurs in a straight line. Lisa Cleaveland and Katie Wood Ray, co-authors of Getting Started with Beginning Writers, know that this is especially true when it comes to learning to write.  (continue reading)

Ralph Fletcher on The Importance of Choice in the Writing Classroom

Whatever your teaching constraints may be, choice and joy can find a place your classroom.  (continue reading)

Write About History in Writing Workshop and Across the Day, 3-8

As students move up the grades and further in their history educations, they will be expected to write about it in increasingly sophisticated ways.  (continue reading)

Supporting Oral Language Development in Writing Workshop, 1-4

Because of the myriad ways writing workshop and oral language development are linked, it’s hard to tell where one ends and the other begins.  (continue reading)

Positive Approaches to Supporting All Learners in Writing Workshop K-5

Positive Approaches to Supporting All Learners in Writing Workshop K-5  (continue reading)

Using an Editor's Mindset: An Origin Story

In Back and Forth: Using and Editor's Mindset to Improve Student Writing, Lee Heffernan encourages teachers to go from giving writing feedback to students as their teacher, to giving feedback as stude  (continue reading)

Back and Forth: Using an Editor’s Mindset to Improve Student Writing

Back and Forth: Using an Editor’s Mindset to Improve Student Writing  (continue reading)

Tips for Teaching the New Up the Ladder Information Writing Unit, 3-6

Tips for Teaching the New Up the Ladder Information Writing Unit, 3-6  (continue reading)

Launching a Strong Reading Workshop

Launching a Strong Reading Workshop  (continue reading)

What Do You Do With Your Struggling Readers and Writers: New Thoughts, New Ideas

What Do You Do With Your Struggling Readers and Writers: New Thoughts, New Ideas  (continue reading)

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