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  • Every Kid a Writer

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    Anyone who has taught writing knows that sometimes the hardest part about teaching writing is getting students to write at all. What we sometimes forget, Kelly Boswell reminds us, is that every writer is reluctant to write at some point. It’s the conditions––not the kids–... Read more >

  • Not This But That: No More Random Acts of Literacy Coaching

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    Teacher-coach collaboration is critical to teacher effectiveness and student learning, but sometimes the in-the-moment response rate required when supporting several teacher requests at once can make literacy coaching appear to be, well, rather random. No More Random Acts of Literacy Coaching lo... Read more >

  • Play Attention!

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    A playful mindset is key to finding creative, resourceful ways of doing the things we need to do in life. And yet, in the past 50 years there has been a steep decline of free self-directed play both in and out of school. “In providing more structured activities outside of school, longer school... Read more >

  • Risk. Fail. Rise

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    Mistakes are not the problem. The problem is the shame we attach to mistakes and inability to grow from them. You have likely heard the adage, ‘Everyone makes mistakes.’ But what you might not have heard is that there are some predictable reasons why we make these mistakes. Knowing w... Read more >

  • The Civically Engaged Classroom

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    Are your students ready to become the engaged and informed citizens our democracy needs right now? Your classroom can be a place for them to experience what it means to live in community with others, to balance their own interests with those of the group, to challenge themselves to overcome differen... Read more >