The Art of Noticing Silences
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The following is an adapted excerpt from Grant Faulkner’s The Art of Brevity and an exercise from 100-Word Stories ..read more
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9 Tips for Teaching Writing Minilessons
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The content of this post has been lightly adapted from A Guide to the Writing Workshop, 3–5, a component of the Units of Study in Writing, 3–5 sets ..read more
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ON THE PODCAST: Writing as Healing with Stacey Joy
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6d ago
Welcome to Writing as Healing, a Heinemann podcast series focused on writing as a tool to increase healing in students and educators. We know that academic learning doesn’t happen without social and emotional support, and writing, as a key literacy, is uniquely positioned in every classroom to do both. This week Liz is joined by Stacey Joy, a self-published poet and California 5th grade teacher, to talk about composing poetry on the freeway, writing the golden shovel, and mentoring young teachers out of isolation and into self. Their conversation begins with Stacey’s reflection on just how ..read more
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Explore Heinemann's YouTube Channel!
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Heinemann is on YouTube!  ..read more
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Celebratory Book Launch Event: Awakening the Heart 2e
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1w ago
April is National Poetry Month! We're celebrating with a live virtual event for Georgia Heard's recently released Awakening the Heart 2e. Join us at 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm Eastern Time (ET) on Thursday, April 11, 2024 ..read more
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ON THE PODCAST: Centering Love, Justice and Liberation in Schools with Shamari Reid
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by Steph George
2w ago
What does getting to know your students and who they are and their community really look like in practice? And in a time of so much burnout, how do we do this in a way that helps us be the best version of ourselves when we teach? Today on the podcast, author Shamari Reid talks about how he's exploring these topics and more in his new book, Humans Who Teach: A Guide for Centering Love, Justice and Liberation in Schools. Shamari writes that the ways in which we have been socialized can hold us back. This book is an invitation to examine those social lessons so we can show up in more loving w ..read more
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Self-Regard for Humans Who Teach
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2w ago
Shamari Reid’s Humans Who Teach is available now! Watch Shamari discuss self-regard in the video below ..read more
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How Do The Math Builds Critical Mathematical Foundations for Students
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3w ago
Editor's note: This post is an excerpt from, "Research Foundations: Evidence and Efficacy," a comprehensive report on the impact of diverse intervention strategies with Do The Math from Math@Heinemann. It's been lightly adapted for format. All research citations can be accessed in the linked full report. Since its inception over 15 years ago, Do The Math® has fostered student engagement in math and provided support for teachers in thousands of classrooms across the United States.  ..read more
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Why You Should Try Teaching U.S. History Thematically
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3w ago
The following is an adapted excerpt from China Harvey and Lisa Herzig’s forthcoming Teaching Beyond the Timeline ..read more
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ON THE PODCAST: The Dispatch with Katie Kelly and Lester Laminack
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by Steph George
3w ago
Welcome to The Dispatch, a Heinemann podcast series. Over the next several weeks, we'll hear from Heinemann thought leaders as they discuss the most pressing issues in education today. In this episode, we hear from co-authors and longtime friends, Katie Kelly and Lester Laminack about the importance of treating teachers like the professionals they are and celebrating the incredible work they do. Our conversation begins with Lester's reflection on his 46 years in education, and his counter metaphor to the pendulum metaphor we so often hear ..read more
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