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Sharing stories with our students embraces vulnerability and helps build community! @ReadingtoMakeADifference
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The key to meeting the challenges of dynamic, improvisational teaching is making focus, facilitate, and feedback a familiar cycle...
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how do we ensure that our assessments are helpful, not harmful?
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Listen to the to hear talk about some of the common road blocks of book clubs, and what we can do to bring them back to life.
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Curious about infusing your classroom with inquiry? Look no further than !
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Exploring multiple sources leads to further curiosity and deeper understanding!
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To teach purposeful talk, we must utilize structures that honor the non-linear nature of talk!
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Whether you're a seasoned teacher, or just starting out, can help you better support your students!
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Heinemann Publishing May 17
Knowing ourselves and our identities is at the core of creating a community where vulnerability is possible.
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Heinemann Publishing May 17
Coming soon! In the short survey provided below, let us know what you would like to see in our forthcoming audiobooks selection!
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Heinemann Publishing May 17
Book Clubs should be a joyful experience. So what happens when they aren't working? Hear more on the !
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Heinemann Publishing May 16
“Organizing clubs, managing them, determining the instruction that students need, and trying to empower students to take the reins of their own reading journeys, can feel daunting. But we cannot throw in the towel.”
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Heinemann Publishing May 16
In order for a writing classroom to be functional, you have to get the flow of the writing going!
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Heinemann Publishing May 16
“We love reader’s and writer’s workshop, so why not researcher’s workshop?”
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Dana and Sonja May 14
Look what came tonight!!
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Heinemann Publishing May 16
Why do book clubs fail, and why can't we give up on them? Hear on the !
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Andrea Honigsfeld May 15
Yay!! I finally received my shipment - this is one of three boxes of 🙏🙏🙏thank-you 🙏🙏🙏copies to be passed on to so many amazing educators whose photos and students’ work you see on just about every other page of the book -
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Brent Gilson May 16
Listening to on the podcast talking about something near and dear to me, BOOKCLUBS!!!! Then reading entry for How am I going to get my workout done?
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