In this episode of Teacher's Corner, Sara Kugler, author of Better Book Clubs is interviewed by her friend and colleague Grace Choi, an educator in northern Virginia. Listen in as Sara and Grace share their perspectives on the benefits of book clubs both in and beyond the classroom. Whether you're a book lover, a book club pro, or just curious about getting started with book clubs, you won't want to miss this.
In this episode of Teacher’s Corner, we tune in to a conversation between Matthew Kay and Jennifer Orr, authors of We’re Gonna Keep On Talking: How To Lead Meaningful Race Conversations in the Elementary Classroom. They discuss how they chose the book’s title, productive strategies for talking about race with young children, and what readers can expect in their new book.
In this episode of Teacher's Corner, Maria Walther and Karen Biggs-Tucker, authors of The Literacy Workshop, join Gina Picha, author of Conferring in the Math Classroom, to discuss the art of conferring across both literacy and math. They discuss the parallels between conferring in different content areas as well as teaching strategies that are specific to literacy or math.
In this One Thing You Might Try . . . post, teacher and parent, Grace Choi, gives us some creative ideas on how to help kids enjoy and succeed in reading at home.
I wonder if Friends actor, David Schwimmer, knows that his character, Ross Geller’s “PIVOT!” scene has now become the anthem of educators. Across the country, school looks different, and teaching and learning has had to pivot in many ways. It’s either happening in physical school buildings with necessary measures and precautions to limit spread and exposure of COVID-19, or school is happening in people’s homes. Including mine.
You might have a few or a lot of Stenhouse books on your bookshelf, but did you know that we have a treasure trove of free material on our website and social channels? Here are just a few. Go to Stenhouse.com to see even more!
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