A class hub can make all the difference for digital writing and learning!
Happy Thanksgiving from our writing space to yours!
Three words that can change a student’s life forever.
Welcome to Slice of Life Tuesday!
Checking in on my 2016 One Little Word…
We can all be a little more like my daughter’s swim teacher, Coach Annie, and a little less like the camp counselors of my childhood. Here’s how.
Feel free to add on or share some ideas of how caregivers can support children’s writerly lives.
More and more, I’ve been recognizing the need to give students some freedom in their writing lives. Can independent writing time be the answer?
Kate brought us in closer to consider the importance of the tools’ accessibility and their effect on learning. Not only do these tools need to be accessible to the students, but students need to understand how and when to use them for learning.
Take a sneak peek at our NCTE presentation. We hope to see you there!
Last week, I attended the Connecticut Reading Association’s convention, and I was lucky enough to hear and see some of my literacy heroes. Jennifer Serravallo presented about writing instruction, and her presentation made… Continue reading
This is our first-ever full-team statement to our community.
Welcome to Slice of Life Tuesday! We are so glad you’re here today!
We believe “Assessment Strengthens Writers” and this past week, we explored many different ideas related to assessing writers. In case you missed it, here are the links to all of the posts in this blog series. We hope you join us tonight for our Twitter chat and continue the conversation.