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How to Help Students Proceed With Confidence In Their Writing

Martin Brandt, author of Between The Commas, aims to help students proceed with confidence in their writing.  (continue reading)

Knowing What & Knowing How: The Power of Content Area Literacy

One way teachers are using their instructional time more efficiently is by teaching content area topics during Reading and Writing Workshops.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Craft and Process Studies with Matt Glover and Katie Wood Ray

Today on the podcast, author and editor Katie Wood Ray sits down with Matt Glover to discuss his latest book Craft and Process Studies: Units that Provide Writers with Choice of Genre.  (continue reading)

Strengths-Based Writing Support: Three Powerful Instructional Moves that Promote Differentiation, Choice, and a Spirit of Inquiry

We want to use authentic instructional moves that offer support to all learners across the day. Here are three moves that will ensure all learners have choices and opportunities...  (continue reading)

The Beauty of Understanding Sentence Focus

Understanding the importance of Sentence Focus can free you from some of your greatest anxieties, both about your students’ abilities and your own.  (continue reading)

Elevating Craft and Process Studies

To support children in becoming strong, confident writers, we need to engage them in different types of meaningful studies within and across grade levels.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Revisiting Narrative Writing with Liz Prather

Narrative plays a bigger role in how we communicate than we give it credit for...  (continue reading)

The Importance of Working Within a Unit of Study

The word unit implies that we have goals we are working toward. But the word study is just as important.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Carl Anderson Interviews Ralph Fletcher

Today on the podcast we’re examining the relationship between photography and writing.  (continue reading)

Creating Tension in Nonfiction

When writing nonfiction, we have the whole gamut of narrative techniques at our disposal, but we aren’t just telling a story.  (continue reading)

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