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Christy Rush-Levine discusses meaningful conversations on the podcast.
Christy Rush-Levine wraps meaningful conversations about race into her curriculum instead of making it “one more thing” to squeeze into the school day.
Matt Renwick explores ways in which whole-class conversations around one text can build a strong community as understanding is co-constructed.
Ruth Ayres observes a writing workshop that is remote. She reflects on the ways students offer feedback and how their community of writers is established.
Leigh Anne Eck reflects on three small moves she made to create a more inclusive classroom.
Nawal Qarooni Casiano shares how to empower choice in kids leading minilessons on the podcast.
Dana Murphy suggests three ways to empower student choice in workshop and get more students to accept the invitations we offer.
Mandy Robek reflects on her identity as a digital and print reader and offers strategies to support students reading digital texts.
Melissa Quimby shares online routines to strengthen the class reading community.
Kate Mills and Tara Barnett pinpoint common difficulties in sixth-grade memoir. They share teaching points and student writing samples before and after revision.
Inspired by a closet clean-out, Leigh Anne Eck considers the way a seasonal rotation is also good for classroom libraries.
Tammy Mulligan shares small and mighty moves when assessing students online.
Suzy Kaback thinks deeply about the concept of belonging as an essential part of building a school community.
Christy Rush-Levine considers how to communicate to all students that their presence and their identities are valued and appreciated.
Gretchen Schroeder’s high school students build community by creating a shared text of things they love.
Brian Sepe shares one of his favorite activities for small groups of young learners: making books together.
Matt Renwick shares creative ways teachers in his school celebrate authors.
Bitsy Parks shares the way a series study enriches the reading lives of students and serves as an intervention to help readers grow.
Tammy Mulligan finds shared writing is her go-to strategy for teaching young learners online.
Humor in Literacy Workshop is the theme of this week’s Big Fresh.
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