Heinemann Podcasts for Educators

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Sinopsis

Heinemann Podcasts feature insights and commentary from some of the most popular authors in K-12 education. Each Podcast provides practical teaching information and helpful advice about a specific topic in education. Tune in to Heinemann Podcasts to improve your teaching ability, build closer connections with your students, and better understand the changing landscape of todays educational world.

Episodios

  • Engaging and Motivating Digital Learners

    Engaging and Motivating Digital Learners

    15/09/2016 Duración: 05min

    Jim Burke shares how a question-driven classroom engages adolescents of the digital age inside school by tapping into the same kinds of self-motivated explorations that they conduct via digital media... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • A Workshop Approach to Teaching Reading and Writing

    A Workshop Approach to Teaching Reading and Writing

    07/11/2010 Duración: 03min

    Lucy Calkins, senior author of the Units of Study for Reading/Writing explains how the workshop model of teaching reading and writing differs from traditional and basal approaches. Listen as Lucy... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Making Word Learning Fun for All Students

    Making Word Learning Fun for All Students

    18/10/2010 Duración: 09min

    This introductory chapter from Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey's latest book on student vocabulary instruction and development, Learning Words Inside and Out: Grades 1-6, defines a framework for... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Overview of Units of Study for Teaching Reading

    Overview of Units of Study for Teaching Reading

    25/08/2010 Duración: 11min

    Lucy Calkins, founding director of the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project at Columbia University, gives an overview of the Units of Study for Teaching Reading program, which provides... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Architecture of a Reading Workshop Lesson

    Architecture of a Reading Workshop Lesson

    16/08/2010 Duración: 19min

    An overview of the different types of minilessons and essential elements of elementary reading lessons using the reading workshop model developed by Lucy Calkins for the Units of Study for Teaching... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Vocabulary Instruction to Boost Student Achievement

    Vocabulary Instruction to Boost Student Achievement

    11/08/2010 Duración: 09min

    Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey share tips and principles of vocabulary instruction from their latest book on providing effective vocabulary instruction to boost student performance in all subjects for... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) for Response to Intervention (RtI)

    Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) for Response to Intervention (RtI)

    02/08/2010 Duración: 58min

    Literacy consultant Joyce Gordon interviews guided reading intervention experts and educational authors Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell, and RtI expert Mary Howard to discuss how the Leveled... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Transcending Paper-Based Student Assessment

    Transcending Paper-Based Student Assessment

    28/07/2010 Duración: 14min

    Harvey "Smokey" Daniels interviews Nancy Steineke, author of "Assessment Live! 10 Real-Time Ways for Kids to Show What They Know--and Meet the Standards" about how her book was developed to help... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Designing K-12 Curriculum Around Big Questions

    Designing K-12 Curriculum Around Big Questions

    26/07/2010 Duración: 04min

    Jim Burke shares how, by organizing teaching around big questions, he's able to create curricular cohesion and avoid fragmentation by folding together skills, core content, and standards in a... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Balancing Workshops with Basal Reading Programs

    Balancing Workshops with Basal Reading Programs

    21/07/2010 Duración: 05min

    Lucy Calkins, author of the Units of Study reading workshop model, explains how to strike a balance between the reading/writing workshop approach and basal reading programs that include sustained... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Engaging and Motivating Clock-Watching Students

    Engaging and Motivating Clock-Watching Students

    29/01/2010 Duración: 21min

    Clock Watchers authors Stevi Quate and John McDermott find out just how dramatic an effect the Six Cs of motivation and engagement can have in content-area classrooms when they interview two... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Avoiding Plagiarism: Conversations About Effective Prevention, Detection, and Response for the Cut-and-Paste Generation

    Avoiding Plagiarism: Conversations About Effective Prevention, Detection, and Response for the Cut-and-Paste Generation

    14/12/2009 Duración: 26min

    "Plagiarism" author Barry Gilmore answers questions from Carol Jago (Come to Class) about his experiences in confronting academic dishonesty and how those experiences led him to more effective ways... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Getting the Teaching Life You Want

    Getting the Teaching Life You Want

    23/11/2009 Duración: 31min

    Steve Zemelman and Harry Ross (authors of 13 Steps to Teacher Empowerment) interview two teachers who got the teaching life they wanted with help from the 13 Steps. Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Teaching Voice in Student Writing

    Teaching Voice in Student Writing

    23/11/2009 Duración: 32min

    Tom Romano, author of Crafting Authentic Voice and Zigzag, and Penny Kittle, author of the NCTE award-winning Write Beside Them, discuss the important place of voice in student writing. Learn more... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Inquiry Circles in Action

    Inquiry Circles in Action

    12/10/2009 Duración: 27min

    Harvey "Smokey" Daniels interviews two master teachers from The Burley School in Chicago (Debbie King and Michele Timble) who use Inquiry Circles in their teaching. Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Principles for Success with Response to Intervention (RTI)

    Principles for Success with Response to Intervention (RTI)

    28/09/2009 Duración: 47min

    Mary Howard, author of RTI from All Sides, talks with Heinemann consultant Judy Wallis about RTI and what it means for teaching. She shares 7 keys to success and emphasizes the importance of... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • The Writing Process: Starting a Book

    The Writing Process: Starting a Book

    24/08/2009 Duración: 04min

    Kylene Beers and Robert Probst talk with author Chris Crutcher about how he begins writing a book. Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • An Introduction to Writing Circles

    An Introduction to Writing Circles

    17/08/2009 Duración: 30min

    Smokey Daniels (Literature Circles and Mini-lessons for Literature Circles) talks with Jim Vopat about what Writing Circles are, and why they represent a compelling, practical new approach to... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Code-Switching in Academic Writing

    Code-Switching in Academic Writing

    29/06/2009 Duración: 35min

    David West Brown (In Other Words) and Rebecca Wheeler (Code-Switching) clarify what code-switching is with illustrations from literature and student work. Then they discuss ways of teaching writing... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.

  • Core Principles in the Middle of Great Teaching

    Core Principles in the Middle of Great Teaching

    22/06/2009 Duración: 35min

    Tom Newkirk, author of "Holding on To Good Ideas in a Time of Bad Ones", talks with Nancie Atwell, author of "In the Middle", about the core principles in their teaching, the obstacles that work... Visit Heinemann.com for K-College professional development books and services, teaching systems, and innovative multimedia tools for educators.