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Heinemann Podcasts feature insights and commentary from some of the most popular authors in K-12 education. Each Podcast provides practical teaching information and helpful advice about a specific topic in education. Tune in to Heinemann Podcasts to improve your teaching ability, build closer connections with your students, and better understand the changing landscape of today's educational world.

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Heinemann Podcasts feature insights and commentary from some of the most popular authors in K-12 education. Each Podcast provides practical teaching information and helpful advice about a specific topic in education. Tune in to Heinemann Podcasts to improve your teaching ability, build closer connections with your students, and better understand the changing landscape of today's educational world.

    • video
    Accelerating Response to Intervention (RTI)

    Accelerating Response to Intervention (RTI)

    Michael Optiz and Michael Ford discuss strategies and considerations for successfully implementing the Response to Intervention (RTI) framework and providing differentiated instruction to help accelerate progress and growth for all students.

    • 4 min
    A Workshop Approach to Teaching Reading and Writing

    A Workshop Approach to Teaching Reading and Writing

    Lucy Calkins, senior author of the Units of Study for Reading/Writing explains how the workshop model of teaching reading and writing differs from traditional and basal approaches. Listen as Lucy provides advice to help literacy teachers adopt the workshop model without interrupting basal programs.

    • 3 min
    Making Word Learning Fun for All Students

    Making Word Learning Fun for All Students

    This introductory chapter from Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey's latest book on student vocabulary instruction and development, Learning Words Inside and Out: Grades 1-6, defines a framework for improving vocabulary instruction to make it more appealing and engaging for all students.

    • 9 min
    • video
    Secrets of a Master Writer: An Interview With Donald Graves

    Secrets of a Master Writer: An Interview With Donald Graves

    Donald Graves (1930-2010), a long-time University of New Hampshire literature professor and prolific educational author, is interviewed by Penny Kittle about his life and career as a writer. Learn where Don found his motivation, why he loved getting up each morning, and what being a writer meant to him.

    • 24 min
    • video
    Connecting With Reluctant Middle School Writers

    Connecting With Reluctant Middle School Writers

    Laura Robb (author of Teaching Middle School Writers) and Jim Burke (author of What's the Big Idea?) discuss teaching strategies to identify and support the hidden talents of writers in middle school.

    • 22 min
    • video
    Reaching Generation Y Readers and Writers

    Reaching Generation Y Readers and Writers

    In this video podcast educational authors Jim Burke (What's the Big Idea?) and Laura Robb (Teaching Middle School Writers) discuss the many challenges of connecting with and motivating today's digitally-minded students to build and nurture a love of reading.

    • 22 min

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