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

Posted by admin on Feb 18, 2021 10:21:11 AM

In this week’s One Thing You Might Try… blog, kindergarten teacher, Dawnavyn James, writes about blogging with her young students and how their self-directed use of the comments feature helped them to connect with each other’s ideas.

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Topics: Writing, Kindergarten, One Thing You Might Try, Remote Learning

VIDEO: Behind the Book, Sheetal Sheth

Posted by admin on Jan 26, 2021 3:52:56 PM

"Relationships and communities evolve through heartfelt responses to stories." ~JoEllen McCarthy, Layers of Learning

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Topics: Reading, Remote Learning, Social Emotional Learning

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

Posted by admin on Dec 10, 2020 8:39:10 AM

In this One Thing You Might Try . . . post, kindergarten teacher, Katie Keier, offers a few ideas for maintaining the critical aspects of shared reading and writing during virtual learning and creating “Read it again!” moments for young learners—no matter what instructional setting you find yourself in.

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Topics: Reading, Writing, One Thing You Might Try, Remote Learning

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

Posted by admin on Oct 29, 2020 3:05:46 PM

In this piece, teacher and parent, Grace Choi, gives us some creative ideas on how to help kids enjoy and succeed in reading at home. This is the first installment in the new blog series brought to you from the editors at Stenhouse Publishers, One Thing You Might Try . . .  

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Topics: Literacy, Reading, Free Resources, Virtual Teaching, One Thing You Might Try, Remote Learning

Introducing One Thing You Might Try . . . from Stenhouse

Posted by admin on Oct 22, 2020 12:21:52 PM

The banner across the top of the Stenhouse website reads “for teachers, by teachers.” This has always been Stenhouse’s tagline, but more than that, it is our core belief. We believe in creating a space for teachers’ voices. And while perhaps this doesn’t seem like a particularly radical ideathat teachers have ideas, practices, and expertise worthy of listening to, in our current environment it sometimes does.

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Topics: One Thing You Might Try, Remote Learning