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12/01/23

5 Tips for a Powerful Small-Group Reading Lesson

Small-group reading lessons have the potential to transform students into confident and skilled readers.  (continue reading)
11/29/23

Upcoming 2024 Events at Heinemann

Upcoming events at Heinemann for professional development and learning. To be continually updated.  (continue reading)
11/08/23

Small, Bright Things: Teaching Writing with 100-Word Stories

The study of 100-word stories teaches students to identify a story’s intrinsic architecture.  (continue reading)
11/01/23

What’s the Path to Becoming a Better Writing Teacher?

The goal of our new book, How to Become a Better Writing Teacher, is to help you become really good at teaching writing.  (continue reading)
10/03/23

Nurturing Young Authors: The 4 Pillars of the Writing Process

By understanding and valuing each writing process stage, you can guide students from initial ideas to completed works. Because as writing mentors, our goal isn’t just to teach writing—but to inspire a love for it.  (continue reading)
09/27/23

How Do Teachers Get Better at Teaching Writing?

In our forthcoming book, How to Become a Better Writing Teacher, we focus on the question of how to help teachers become good writing teachers.  (continue reading)
09/19/23

8 Big Ideas in Literacy and Their Democratic Roots

As humans we have the great gift, the great evolutionary achievement, of speech and story. It’s what we do best—and all literacy instruction needs to honor and build on that gift.  (continue reading)
09/11/23

Feed your teacher soul with new professional books from Heinemann this Fall!

New professional books to love from Heinemann. Get free shipping using code BETTER when you order before October 31, 2023*  (continue reading)
08/30/23

How to Support Multilingual Language Learners in Writing Workshop

Tips to help you adapt your writing workshop to support multilingual language learners.  (continue reading)
08/11/23

What are the Benefits of Shared Reading for Primary and Intermediate Students?

Shared reading sparks joy, inquiry, student talk and agency. Shared reading is more engaging and impactful than any other whole-class literacy instruction.  (continue reading)

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