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Joyful Learning Through Play (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

A Little to the Left. A Little to the Right. Ah, Just Right: Making Space for Which One Doesn’t Belong? Shapes Posters in Your School (Math Monday)

Getting to Know Our Students with Identity Interviews (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

The First 26 Days of Kindergarten: Learning Letters and Sounds with a Sense of Urgency (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

Counting Collections from the First Day of School

Building Community with Interactive Read-Alouds

Starting the Year with Bio-Poems

Making Your Classroom Safe for LGBTQ+ Students on the First Day of School and Beyond

Revising for More Than Just the Correct Answer (Math Monday)

Bringing Families’ Voices into the Classroom through Storytelling (Something to Talk About)

Welcome to Writing Workshop (Teacher's Corner)

Meaningful Math Games for Middle Schoolers (Math Monday)

What Does Teacher Appreciation Look Like?

Three Favorite Math Games to Play with Students Tomorrow (Math Monday)

Breaking Free: Reimagining the Constraints of Classroom Spaces (Something to Talk About)

Cultivating a Climate of Wellness in the Classroom (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

3 (Free!) Math Games and Puzzles for Addition and Subtraction (Grades K-2) (Math Monday)

Teaching for Racial Equity: Becoming Interrupters

Wordle for Word Study—Kids Love it Too (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

How to Lead a Compare and Connect Math Discussion (Math Monday)

When Talking is Writing: Honoring Children's Brilliance through Oral Storytelling in Writing (Something to Talk About)

Teaching for Racial Equity: Encouraging and Nurturing Student Voice

PODCAST: Above and Beyond the Writing Workshop

The Best Teacher Questions to Keep in Your Back Pocket (And 3 Ways To Make Them a Part of Your Everyday Practice) (Math Monday)

Six Ways to Use Elkonin Boxes Across Your Literacy Block (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

Teaching for Racial Equity: Leading Race and Equity Efforts in Schools

Make Math Debates an Engaging Routine in Your Classroom (Math Monday)

Teaching for Racial Equity: Everything Begins with Relationships

The Impact of Teacher Language on Math Engagement (Something to Talk About)

Sharing the Love for Counting Collections (Math Monday)

Everybody's Talking About Nonfiction!

Finding Joy in Playing with Math and Art Together (Math Monday)

Building Classroom Community with a Compliment Circle (Something to Talk About)

“What Would Happen If We Approached Any Story With a Math Lens?” (Math Monday)

3 MORE Hidden Gems Between the Covers of Understanding the Math We Teach and How to Teach It (Math Monday)

Something to Talk About ROUNDUP

3 Hidden Gems Between the Covers of Understanding the Math We Teach and How to Teach It (Math Monday)

PODCAST: Teaching Rhetorical Thinking

Small But Powerful Moves for Facilitating Classroom Talk (Something to Talk About)

How Many?: A Routine for Celebrating Children’s Mathematical Brilliance (Math Monday)

Using Student Work as an Anchor for Mathematical Discourse (Something to Talk About)

How Can We Help Students (and Ourselves!) Grow As Listeners? (Something to Talk About)

Stenhouse Authors at NCTE 2021

Building a Fraction Number Line as an Ongoing Number Sense Routine (Math Monday)

Reconsidering the Early Childhood Author Study (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

Power in Classroom Conversations and Beyond (Something to Talk About)

Math Mindsets and Attitudes Beyond September (Math Monday)

Letting Kids and Books Lead the Conversation (Something to Talk About)

POPCast, Episode 20: Interview with Dr. Alana Morris, Part 3

What's Hard About Facilitating Classroom Talk? (Something to Talk About)

A Different Kind of Quick Image (Math Monday)

More Than a Mailbox (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

POPCast, Episode 19: Interview with Dr. Alana Morris, Part 2

Rethinking Participation in Classroom Conversations (Something to Talk About)

Why We Advocate & Celebrate Nonfiction

Getting Started with Making and Evaluating Claims in Math (Something to Talk About)

POPCast, Episode 18: Interview with Alana Morris, Part 1

What’s the Best Piece of Advice You’ve Gotten About Classroom Conversations? (Something to Talk About)

Try it Twice: Bringing the Lessons of Online Learning to the In-Person Classroom (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

POPCast, Episode 17: Reader Q&A with Caroline Sweet

Hopes for Our Students as Talkers & Listeners & How to Get There (Something to Talk About)

Rigorous Instruction for All—but How? (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

PODCAST: 5 Kinds of Nonfiction

POPCast, Episode 16: Interview with Carolyn Sweet, Part 2

Listen Before You Leap (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

POPCast, Episode 15: Interview with Caroline Sweet

POPCast, Episode 14: Stepping Through a Patterns of Wonder Lesson, Part 2

POPCast, Episode 13: Stepping Through a Patterns of Wonder Lesson, Part 1

POPCast, Episode 12: Patterns of Wonder Developmental Phases of Emergent Writers

POPCast, Episode 11: How are Patterns of Power and Patterns of Wonder Alike & Different

Supporting Summer Literacy with Emergent Learners

PODCAST REPLAY: Listening and Talking Across Literacy and Math

POPCast, Episode 10: An Interview with Jodi Ramos of the NY Times Teaching Project

PODCAST: The Six Shifts, Episode 7: Reconsidering Texts for Beginner Readers

POPCast, Episode 9: Q&A with Jeff and Travis

PODCAST: The Six Shifts, Episode 6: Reinventing the Ways We Use MSV

One Thing You Might Try . . . ROUNDUP

POPCast, Episode 8: Authentic Test Prep Through the Patterns of Power Process

Building on What We've Learned from Remote & Hybrid Learning

PODCAST: What Does Teacher Appreciation Look Like?

PODCAST: The Six Shifts, Episode 5: Revising High-Frequency Word Instruction

Working the Problem: Rhetorical Thinking and the Design Process by Jennifer Fletcher

Learning to Let Go So Students Have Ownership (One Thing You Might Try...)

POPCast, Episode 7: Revising, Editing, and Responding Through a Grammar Lens (PART 2)

PODCAST: Equity, Access, Book Choice, and Student Connection with Gravity Goldberg & Renee Houser

PODCAST: The Six Shifts, Episode 4: Reimagining the Way We Teach Phonics

Using Pear Deck During Remote and Hybrid Learning (One Thing You Might Try...)

POPCast, Episode 6: Revising, Editing, and Responding Through a Grammar Lens (PART 1)

PODCAST: The Six Shifts, Episode 3: Recommitting to Phonemic Awareness Instruction

Amplifying Student Voice and Encouraging Action Through Art (One Thing You Might Try...)

POPCast, Episode 5: Publish, Share, and Celebrate Student Writing

Why Hands-Down Conversations?

PODCAST: The Six Shifts, Episode 2: Rethinking How Reading Comprehension Begins

Building Active Anchor Charts to Support Teaching and Learning (One Thing You Might Try...)

PODCAST: Text Sets in Action: Stories from the Classroom

POPCast, Episode 4: Imitate the Patterns of Power

What Folks Are Saying About: Open Middle Math

PODCAST: The Six Shifts, Episode 1: Introduction

In Support of Independent Reading...Again (One Thing You Might Try...)

Why Teach with Text Sets?

POPCast, Episode 3: Invitation to Compare and Contrast, Middle School Edition

A Foundation for Developing the Social, Emotional, and Intellectual Lives of Children

PODCAST: Assessment in Your Online Classroom with Rick Wormeli

Motivating Writers Through Blogging (One Thing You Might Try...)

POPCast Episode 2: Invitation to Notice, Middle School Edition

What Folks Are Saying About: Shifting the Balance

Stock Up with Stenhouse! (Social-Emotional Learning)

Embracing the Home Environment’s Role in Distance Learning with Young Children (One Think You Might Try...)

POPCast, Episode 1: An Overview of Patterns of Power, Grades 6-8

Don't Miss These Online Professional Learning Opportunities!

VIDEO: Behind the Book, Sheetal Sheth

How to Choose a Worthy Text for Close Reading

Sneak Peek at Building Fact Fluency: A Toolkit for Multiplication & Division

Teaching for Social Justice Online (One Thing You Might Try...)

Getting to Know Shifting the Balance: Q&A with Jan Burkins and Kari Yates

What Folks Are Saying About: Welcome to Writing Workshop

The Kelly Gallagher Collection

Exploring Our Names in the Virtual Classroom (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

Wired to Be Inspired: Inviting Adolescents into the Conventions of Language

Embracing Science and Balance by Jan Burkins and Kari Yates

PODCAST: Stories from Behind the Scenes of Why Do I Have to Read This?

What’s the Big Idea? Weaving Together Common Threads in a Literacy Workshop

VIDEO: Behind the Book, Joshunda Sanders

The Cris Tovani Collection

Shared Reading and Shared Writing: A Powerful Partnership (One Thing You Might Try . . . )

What Folks Are Saying About . . . Layers of Learning

PODCAST: Redefining Reading and Writing Instruction Through Art and Inquiry

It’s Okay to Not Share Your Thinking (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

PODCAST: Expressing Gratitude in 2020: 5 Perspectives

What Folks Are Saying About . . . Teacher's Toolkit for Independent Reading

Stenhouse Authors at NCTE Digital

VIDEO: Behind the Book with JoEllen McCarthy: Charles R. Smith, Jr.

Yeah, We're Living in a Pandemic: But We Can Still Stay Connected (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

PODCAST: Streamline Your Literacy Instruction with The Literacy Workshop

Helping Students Think Aloud Through Poetry

What Folks Are Saying About . . . Joyful Math

Rethinking Reading at Home (One Thing You Might Try . . .)

Introducing One Thing You Might Try . . . from Stenhouse

PODCAST: Building a Curious and Playful Early Childhood Math Community

Celebrate Writing with Stenhouse!

Stenhouse Authors at Literacy for All 2020

Books to Inspire Teachers and Engage Students

VIDEO: Behind the Book with JoEllen McCarthy: Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow

Bringing Math Learning Outdoors

PODCAST: Responding Instead of Reacting, Self-Care for Teachers

Remote Learning Tips from the Authors of Patterns of Power

Five Ways to Support Independent Reading at Home

Benefits of Virtual Professional Development

What Folks Are Saying About: The Literacy Workshop

Supplemental Resources Ideal for Remote and Hybrid Learning

Ideas for Outdoor Learning Opportunities

Deepen Number Sense with Number Talks

PODCAST: Graham Fletcher on Building Fact Fluency

Get the Choral Counting Tool

VIDEO: How to use Who's Doing the Work? Lesson Sets Remotely

New Fall Titles from Stenhouse

What Folks Are Saying About . . . Writing Redefined

Do your students identify as readers?

Richard Gentry on Brain Words

Turn up the Volume… Let the Power of Read-Alouds Transcend Our Physical Spaces and Places

Start with Joy Virtually or Face-to-Face

What Folks Are Saying About... Hands Down, Speak Out

PODCAST: Math Instruction in the Age of COVID-19

To Maintain Your Spirit, You'll Need More Than Your Back-to-School Plan

Mathematical Imagining: A Routine for Secondary Classrooms

Who Should Use Building Fact Fluency?

Four Ways to Fund Your Professional Learning

Literacy Resources for New Elementary Teachers

PODCAST: Listening and Talking Across Literacy and Math

How to help your students navigate a complex world

Teacher as Decision-Maker vs. Teacher as Curriculum Implementer

PODCAST: Using Book Choice to Build a Caring Classroom Community

Hands Down, Speak Out: Teaching to Maximize Development (and Possibly Save the World)

Must-Have Secondary Math Resources for the Fall

Podcasts for Summer Professional Learning

The Math Resource Every K-8 Teacher Should Have

Podcast: Equity, Access, Book Choice, and Student Connection

Sometimes You've Just Gotta Step Over Them

Four Classroom Resources to Enhance Instruction and Save Valuable Prep Time

PODCAST: Building Skills to Navigate a Complex World

Why Fluency?

Unpacking the Meaning of Racism

Un-muting Students' Virtual Voices: A Reflection on Distance Learning

5 Ways to Support Independent Reading at Home

Blurring the Lines Between Social-Emotional Learning and Literacy

Revising Mathematics Thinking Through Multiple Drafts

21st Century Reading: Books and Beyond

The Importance of Thinking Like a Generalist

Teacher's Corner Podcast: What Does Teacher Appreciation Look Like?

Is It Fair? - A Math Routine for Young Children

The Classroom Kettle

Reducing Instruction, Increasing Engagement by Peter Johnston

Teacher's Corner Podcast: A Read-Aloud from The CAFE Book

Teacher Appreciation Week Goodies from Stenhouse

Teacher's Corner Podcast: Responding Instead of Reacting with Lisa Lucas

Ideas for Outdoor Learning Opportunities

Resources for Nature-Based Learning

Teacher's Corner Podcast: Making the Shift to Online Teaching

Simple Self-Care Strategies for Teachers