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Heinemann: Dedicated to Teachers
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"It would be easy to take my child’s list of skills to work on, buy a pack of flashcards and start drilling him: “DUCK!”, “POTATO!” and so on. But would I want to? Is that how I believe his childhood should go? No, absolutely not."
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"In making these videos we wanted to capture some specific ideas in workshop teaching... You will see some lessons land and some that only begin a journey."
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Looking to untangle the many threads of comprehension-- Levels, engagement, stamina, the relevance of texts, and more? follow the link to learn more about Understanding Texts and Readers, the forthcoming book from NY Times bestselling author Jennifer Serravallo https://hubs.ly/H0d2nTB0
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On this week's Heinemann Podcast, author and series editor, Katie Wood Ray discusses the new Classroom Essentials series, where readers will see how today’s most progressive practices are built on a solid foundation of research and professional literature. https://hubs.ly/H0d3NGh0
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"It had seemed to work, but work for whom? Whose life did it make better? Yes, it was calmer, but why?"
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"mathematical notation, because it strips away all the extraneous information, helps us communicate as directly as we can about mathematical ideas."
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"Passion is everything to a writer—the most indispensable tool of exploration. Student writers still need opportunities to learn how to use that tool, particularly within the classroom." https://hubs.ly/H0bnFNm0
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"There's something really powerful about reading a challenging book together... there are ways to make a whole class novel fit our kids, and help them become better readers, but we're probably going to have to change some of our practices to be able to do so."
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"This is what we want for our students: the ability to look at multiple sources and triangulate meaning from a variety of perspectives."
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