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Heinemann: Dedicated to Teachers
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What works when you teach students, at any grade, to write?
While every student and every teacher are different, these 15 practices are shown to be effective by research and by the experience of your colleagues.

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From Donald Graves and Katie Wood Ray to the Reggio Emilia approach, take a glimpse at the five books that have most influenced author and educator Lindsey Moses.

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An Exercise in Challenging Teachers’ Assumptions http://hubs.ly/H06pr6H0

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"We selected lessons that focus on strategies teachers tell us students most need. Since the time for summer school is abbreviated and goes very quickly, we selected “high-yield” lessons to maximize student learning." --Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis 

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"Helping kids to articulate clear goals for their work, and supporting them with strategies and feedback to accomplish those goals, makes a huge difference in their ability to succeed."

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"...these lessons serve a very important purpose, nonetheless. They serve to rally students’ energy around a single, worthy cause. They serve to create classroom community-wide goals for reading and common language to talk about these goals. They serve to get students jazzed up about a new line of thinking, or a new trajectory in their path of work." http://hubs.ly/H06lhtX0

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"Argument is a basic structure of discourse that filters through everything we speak or write."

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Are you wondering how the Writing Strategies Book is organized? Are you curious to learn more about the ten writing goals and how they relate to the goals from The Reading Strategies book? We sat down with Jennifer Serravallo so she could answer these big questions and others, in the new episode of the Heinemann Podcast. http://hubs.ly/H06gKbC0

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"Children need to have agency and know that Ts respect that agency"

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Before he earned a Ph.D. in Sociology, before his Bachelor’s Degree from a university, before his Associate Degree from a community college, Dr. Hernandez was an “at-risk” K-12 student — at risk of dropping out. 
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