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Demystifying the Writing Process with Kelly Boswell
Today on the podcast we're talking about the productive struggle of writing with Kelly Boswell, author of the new book Every Kid A Writer: Strategies That Get Everyone Writing.
Reading, Writing, and Speaking for Change with Mary Ehrenworth, Pablo Wolfe, and Marc Todd
Learn about civic engagement in the classroom with Mary Ehrenworth, Pablo Wolfe, and Marc Todd.
Vocabulary Development Throughout the Day with Tanya Wright and Katie Wood Ray
Young children love to learn and use new words. How do we tap into this natural curiosity and excitement to support vocabulary development?
Today on the podcast we're joined by Tanya Wright, author of A Teacher's Guide to Vocabulary Development Across the Day, the newest addition to The Classroom Essentials Series. We're also joined by series editor Katie Wood Ray.
Tanya and Katie talk about why it's important to take a deliberate approach to vocabulary instruction that spans throughout the day, and not just in isolated units.
Social Justice Talk with Chris Hass, Nozsa Tinsley, and Tiffany Palmatier
We all have the intention of using our classroom to envision a better world, but it's not always as easy as it sounds.
Approaching New Technology in the Online Classroom with Sarah Gilmore and Katierose Deos
As classroom instruction has moved online, have you found yourself struggling to adapt? If so, you're not alone.
Today on the podcast, Sarah Gilmore and Katierose Deos, co-authors of Integrating Technology, joined my colleague Jaclyn Karabinas to talk about the stressful shift from in-person to online and blended instruction, and why we shouldn't get too caught up in what the newest and shiniest teaching tech is. They both argue that while a level of comfort with online teaching tools is now necessary, our grounding principles about what we know is right for students should be guiding us now more than ever.
What Are Educators Asking for Most Right Now? A Conversation Between Heinemann PD Specialsts
The demands on educators in this moment are more than anyone could have ever imagined. Routines for teaching and learning, with children AND with colleagues, have completely been turned upside down. The time crunches are real and the need for growing as professionals in the name of students still remains.
So, where does professional development fit in our current reality? What do educators need most? What formats are the most flexible?
Today we hear a conversation between Michelle Flynn and Jaclyn Karabinas from the Heinemann Professional Development team. Michelle and Jaclyn bring a variety of perspectives on what they are hearing from teachers and schools about their needs, as well as from our authors about their observations and experiences working virtually with educators and students over the last 6 months.
To learn about our schedule of webinars, virtual workshops, and options for custom virtual PD visit Heinemann.com/pd
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What an amazing treat to hear these amazing authors that I would only dream about seeing at a Professional Learning session.
Teachers don’t have time for fluff
This podcast spends so much time in self- congratulation and teacher praise it is absurd. Where is the content? Strategies? Resources? It is worse than an infomercial for Heinemann. Pure fluff. I listened to 2 episodes and got one piece of valuable information. Sorry, but I don’t have any more time for this.
Sound quality so bad! Can’t listen!
I want to listen to this podcast but the sound quality is so exceptionally bad it’s impossible. It’s not expensive to get a Yeti and make your podcast listenable!