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Heinemann Podcast

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Jennifer Serravallo on Responsive Reading Instruction

Responsive reading instruction empowers us to design student centered learning experiences. How do we actually make this work without feeling overwhelmed by planning for the range of needs and goals in a given classroom? Today on the Heinemann podcast, we have a chance to explore this with New York Times bestselling author, Jennifer Serravallo, author of The Writing Strategies Book and its predecessor, The Reading Strategies Book, which was reaching its fifth book birthday. We started off our conversation with a story about how one teacher's planning process finally clicked.

18 MIN5 d ago
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Jennifer Serravallo on Responsive Reading Instruction

Libraries as Healing Spaces with Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres and Janet Damon

Today on the podcast we’re handing things over to Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres. Julia is a librarian within Denver public schools who works to make her library a place for students to seek answers to questions that intrigue and excite them, and to reignite a love of reading through developing rich, culturally and linguistically diverse reading lives. In this episode, Julia sits down with Janet Damon to talk about how libraries can be healing spaces.

27 MIN1 w ago
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Libraries as Healing Spaces with Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres and Janet Damon

Robert Kim and the School to Prison Pipeline

When you think about court cases that have changed education, you probably think of the big ones, like Brown v. Board of Education. But what about the others? Recently, during a conversation at NCTE we spoke with Robert Kim about some of the lesser known, but just an impactful, Supreme Court cases that continue to shape our education system. Bob is an education policy expert and former civil rights lawyer, and most recently the author of Elevating Equity and Justice: 10 U.S. Supreme Court Cases Every Teacher Should Know. In this conversation, we focused on Bob's time in Obama administration, and his work around discipline disparity that leads to the school to prison pipeline.

9 MIN1 w ago
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Robert Kim and the School to Prison Pipeline

The Freedom of Genre Choice with Matt Glover and Carl Anderson

Today on the podcast we have an special conversation hosted by author Carl Anderson with his longtime friend and colleague, author Matt Glover. In Matt’s recent book Craft and Process Studies: Units That Provide Writers with Choice of Genre, he argues that focusing on craft and process teaches students important writing skills while also providing more opportunities for choice of genre. And when students pick their own genre, they become more invested and engage in their work.

34 MIN2 w ago
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The Freedom of Genre Choice with Matt Glover and Carl Anderson

Moving Past Writing Road Blocks with Marty Brandt and Tom Newkirk

Do you ever hit road blocks when you’re teaching writing? Today on the podcast we’re happy to welcome authors Martin Brandt and Tom Newkirk. Marty is most recently the author of Between the Commas: Sentence Instruction that Builds Confident Writers (and Writing Teachers). In addition to authoring numerous Heinemann titles himself, Tom is also the editor of Between the Commas. In this special interview, Marty and Tom talk about some of the common problems writing teachers find themselves up against, and creative solutions to move past them.

27 MIN3 w ago
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Moving Past Writing Road Blocks with Marty Brandt and Tom Newkirk

Professional Trajectories of Black Teachers of Math with Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Toya Jones Frank

Today on the podcast, we're handing things over to Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle. Marian is a fourth and fifth grade educator and is currently in her second year of the Heinemann Fellowship. Marian's passions lie in diversity of mathematics curriculum, and in highlighting the work of mathematicians of color. In this episode, Marian is joined by Dr. Toya Jones Frank, assistant professor in the Mathematics Education Leadership and Secondary Education programs at George Mason University, as they speak about about the professional trajectories of black teachers of math, and the ongoing examination into their recruitment and retention.

34 MINJAN 19
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Professional Trajectories of Black Teachers of Math with Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Toya Jones Frank

Getting to Know The Literacy Continuum with Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell

Every child is different. This idea doesn’t change when we talk about each child’s unique path to literacy. We at Heinemann recently sat down with authors and literacy leaders Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell to talk about The Fountas & Pinnell Literacy Continuum—An educator’s tool that defines readers’ behaviors and outlines the next steps to take toward reading proficiency Gay and Irene consider The Literacy Continuumto be a lighthouse—guiding educators from observation to decision making during reading and writing instruction. In this special podcast conversation, Irene and Gay share their story of The Literacy Continuumand how it evolved into the indispensable tool educators know and use today.

12 MINJAN 16
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Getting to Know The Literacy Continuum with Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell

Craft and Process Studies with Matt Glover and Katie Wood Ray

35 MINJAN 2
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Craft and Process Studies with Matt Glover and Katie Wood Ray

Ellin Keene and Sonja Cherry-Paul: Why Do the Heinemann Fellowship?

Since 2014 Heinemann has invited educators from across the country to apply to the Heinemann fellows. Through action research, the Heinemann fellows initiative brings together a group of educators with curiosity about teaching and learning. Our third cohort of fellows, which began in 2018 will conclude their journey in 2020 so we're starting to look ahead as we prepare to invite a new round of applications for our fourth cohort. Stay tuned to the end of today's podcast when we'll share the details of how you can apply to be part of the Heinemann fellows. We're joined today by fellows faculty and Heinemann authors, Ellin Keene and Sonja Cherry-Paul. We started our conversation by asking Sonja, "Why do we do the Heinemann fellowship? What exactly does this two year commitment mean?"

9 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Ellin Keene and Sonja Cherry-Paul: Why Do the Heinemann Fellowship?

Strategic Classroom Design with Jessica Martin and Jamaica Ross

This week on the podcast wet sat down with Jessica Martin and Jamaica Ross to talk about the importance of classroom design. In Jessica’s new book, Strategic Classroom Design, Jessica reveals just how important a classroom environment is. She writes, “The attention you give to the layout of your classroom provides everyone with a greater sense of belonging and more opportunities to become an engaged, focused, and collaborative community of learners.” The conversation began with why it’s so important to focus on design…

26 MIN2019 DEC 6
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Strategic Classroom Design with Jessica Martin and Jamaica Ross

Latest Episodes

Jennifer Serravallo on Responsive Reading Instruction

Responsive reading instruction empowers us to design student centered learning experiences. How do we actually make this work without feeling overwhelmed by planning for the range of needs and goals in a given classroom? Today on the Heinemann podcast, we have a chance to explore this with New York Times bestselling author, Jennifer Serravallo, author of The Writing Strategies Book and its predecessor, The Reading Strategies Book, which was reaching its fifth book birthday. We started off our conversation with a story about how one teacher's planning process finally clicked.

18 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Jennifer Serravallo on Responsive Reading Instruction

Libraries as Healing Spaces with Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres and Janet Damon

Today on the podcast we’re handing things over to Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres. Julia is a librarian within Denver public schools who works to make her library a place for students to seek answers to questions that intrigue and excite them, and to reignite a love of reading through developing rich, culturally and linguistically diverse reading lives. In this episode, Julia sits down with Janet Damon to talk about how libraries can be healing spaces.

27 MIN1 w ago
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Libraries as Healing Spaces with Heinemann Fellow Julia Torres and Janet Damon

Robert Kim and the School to Prison Pipeline

When you think about court cases that have changed education, you probably think of the big ones, like Brown v. Board of Education. But what about the others? Recently, during a conversation at NCTE we spoke with Robert Kim about some of the lesser known, but just an impactful, Supreme Court cases that continue to shape our education system. Bob is an education policy expert and former civil rights lawyer, and most recently the author of Elevating Equity and Justice: 10 U.S. Supreme Court Cases Every Teacher Should Know. In this conversation, we focused on Bob's time in Obama administration, and his work around discipline disparity that leads to the school to prison pipeline.

9 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Robert Kim and the School to Prison Pipeline

The Freedom of Genre Choice with Matt Glover and Carl Anderson

Today on the podcast we have an special conversation hosted by author Carl Anderson with his longtime friend and colleague, author Matt Glover. In Matt’s recent book Craft and Process Studies: Units That Provide Writers with Choice of Genre, he argues that focusing on craft and process teaches students important writing skills while also providing more opportunities for choice of genre. And when students pick their own genre, they become more invested and engage in their work.

34 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Freedom of Genre Choice with Matt Glover and Carl Anderson

Moving Past Writing Road Blocks with Marty Brandt and Tom Newkirk

Do you ever hit road blocks when you’re teaching writing? Today on the podcast we’re happy to welcome authors Martin Brandt and Tom Newkirk. Marty is most recently the author of Between the Commas: Sentence Instruction that Builds Confident Writers (and Writing Teachers). In addition to authoring numerous Heinemann titles himself, Tom is also the editor of Between the Commas. In this special interview, Marty and Tom talk about some of the common problems writing teachers find themselves up against, and creative solutions to move past them.

27 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Moving Past Writing Road Blocks with Marty Brandt and Tom Newkirk

Professional Trajectories of Black Teachers of Math with Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Toya Jones Frank

Today on the podcast, we're handing things over to Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle. Marian is a fourth and fifth grade educator and is currently in her second year of the Heinemann Fellowship. Marian's passions lie in diversity of mathematics curriculum, and in highlighting the work of mathematicians of color. In this episode, Marian is joined by Dr. Toya Jones Frank, assistant professor in the Mathematics Education Leadership and Secondary Education programs at George Mason University, as they speak about about the professional trajectories of black teachers of math, and the ongoing examination into their recruitment and retention.

34 MINJAN 19
Comments
Professional Trajectories of Black Teachers of Math with Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Toya Jones Frank

Getting to Know The Literacy Continuum with Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell

Every child is different. This idea doesn’t change when we talk about each child’s unique path to literacy. We at Heinemann recently sat down with authors and literacy leaders Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell to talk about The Fountas & Pinnell Literacy Continuum—An educator’s tool that defines readers’ behaviors and outlines the next steps to take toward reading proficiency Gay and Irene consider The Literacy Continuumto be a lighthouse—guiding educators from observation to decision making during reading and writing instruction. In this special podcast conversation, Irene and Gay share their story of The Literacy Continuumand how it evolved into the indispensable tool educators know and use today.

12 MINJAN 16
Comments
Getting to Know The Literacy Continuum with Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell

Craft and Process Studies with Matt Glover and Katie Wood Ray

35 MINJAN 2
Comments
Craft and Process Studies with Matt Glover and Katie Wood Ray

Ellin Keene and Sonja Cherry-Paul: Why Do the Heinemann Fellowship?

Since 2014 Heinemann has invited educators from across the country to apply to the Heinemann fellows. Through action research, the Heinemann fellows initiative brings together a group of educators with curiosity about teaching and learning. Our third cohort of fellows, which began in 2018 will conclude their journey in 2020 so we're starting to look ahead as we prepare to invite a new round of applications for our fourth cohort. Stay tuned to the end of today's podcast when we'll share the details of how you can apply to be part of the Heinemann fellows. We're joined today by fellows faculty and Heinemann authors, Ellin Keene and Sonja Cherry-Paul. We started our conversation by asking Sonja, "Why do we do the Heinemann fellowship? What exactly does this two year commitment mean?"

9 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
Ellin Keene and Sonja Cherry-Paul: Why Do the Heinemann Fellowship?

Strategic Classroom Design with Jessica Martin and Jamaica Ross

This week on the podcast wet sat down with Jessica Martin and Jamaica Ross to talk about the importance of classroom design. In Jessica’s new book, Strategic Classroom Design, Jessica reveals just how important a classroom environment is. She writes, “The attention you give to the layout of your classroom provides everyone with a greater sense of belonging and more opportunities to become an engaged, focused, and collaborative community of learners.” The conversation began with why it’s so important to focus on design…

26 MIN2019 DEC 6
Comments
Strategic Classroom Design with Jessica Martin and Jamaica Ross
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