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Reading across different sources can make better scientific explanations!
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"In a classroom brimming with informational books, magazines, artwork, posters, photographs, and artifacts, not to mention online sources, kids soak up information and ideas enthusiastically."
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"Amy presents dozens of stunning poems by young students working with the various poetry techniques that sit companionably beside their mentors."
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Heinemann Publishing Aug 19
Teachers should teach about microaggressions as soon as or before students are heard using them to make the classroom an inclusive space for everyone.
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Amy Ludwig VanDerwater Aug 19
📓🖊️I am grateful to . This morning I watched some videos connected with his latest conferring book, and once again have deepened my own conferring practice. Thank you, Carl! 🖊️📓
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Heinemann Publishing Aug 18
Microaggressions demonstrate how well-intentioned comments relating to a person’s identity can weigh on someone over time.
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Janet Damon, Ed.S Aug 18
“Literacy blooms whenever students have access to books they want to read, permission to choose their own, and time to get lost in them.” —Nancie Atwell
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Heinemann Publishing Aug 18
Replying to @naomi_varga @teachkate
Yes, in a few weeks/month it will be anywhere you get your audiobooks.
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Heinemann Publishing Aug 18
How can inquiry be infused into reading and writing?
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Heinemann Publishing Aug 18
Hear read aloud from her book, A Novel Approach, on the Heinemann Podcast! Stay tuned for her forthcoming audiobook!
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Marvia Davidson Aug 16
"Heard of a ? Not the medical kind of heart map that doctors use to detect disease, but a heart map where we reveal memories, experiences, stories, & people we love that we’ve stored inside of our hearts throughout our lives."
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Heinemann Publishing Aug 17
"Kids use reading and writing in the service of learning about particular topics, whether introduced in researcher’s workshop or in the reader’s or writer’s workshop."
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Jess Lifshitz Aug 16
Both and will help me to begin our first discussions on identity this year in fifth grade. Then, I have turned my regular “All About Me Bag” assignment into an “Identity Bag” assignment and I cannot wait to see what the kids bring in!
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Heinemann Publishing Aug 17
Yes there is! You can review it here:
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Sara Bright Aug 17
Getting ready for the school year, like 👀📚
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penny kittle Aug 17
An essential book for teachers concerned with equity: Reimagining Writing Assessment by Maja Wilson. “The tools I imagined served the interests of learners who join and form an inclusive democracy, not the interests of students as competitors..”
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Andrea Honigsfeld Aug 16
Have you seen this blog series? In support of my latest publication —many thanks to
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Carl Anderson Aug 16
This is BIG news! So we get Ralph’s new book on 9/26 and the Deluxe Edition of the Beatles’ Abbey Road on 9/27. How can life get better than this?
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