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WDTW Online Class – March 2019

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Our overarching goal is to assist children in becoming proficient readers and writers.

Non-judgmental Relentlessness

Has this ever happened to you? You have children in your class who profess to hate reading. You talk to each of them about the things that interest them. You spend time selecting titles you think each one will like. One student obediently picks something from the collection you’ve offered, reads the back cover, then…

Resolving to Say Less So Students Can Do More in 2019

We hope your 2019 is off to a spectacular start! If you have decided that this is the year to figure out how to avoid teaching learned helplessness and see more students independently apply the strategies you are teaching them, then join us for an upcoming Who’s Doing the Work Workshop. Click on the links…

Resurrecting Titles from the Book Graveyard

Over the summer, while Kim taught a week-long Who’s Doing the Work? institute at the University of New Hampshire, one of the teachers in the class shared that, during the previous school year, she had asked her fourth-grade students to sort through the classroom library to cull the titles that did not interest them. While…

What Teachers Are Saying

This is a book that needed to be written…

Joan Moser of “The 2 Sisters"

2016-07-27T11:29:54-04:00

Joan Moser of “The 2 Sisters"

Reading Wellness reminds us that nothing is more essential to our classrooms than caring for our children’s minds, beliefs, and passions. It is a prescription for student-centered instruction in the truest sense.

Christopher Lehman

2016-07-27T11:39:42-04:00

Christopher Lehman

So many people have said that your session was the best staff development that we have had at our school – we all desperately want you to come back…

Jan Busey, Estes Elementary, Literacy Coach, Buncombe County Schools, North Carolina

2016-07-27T11:41:06-04:00

Jan Busey, Estes Elementary, Literacy Coach, Buncombe County Schools, North Carolina

They came in with ideas and lessons that have empowered the teachers to revisit their ‘inner teacher’ and opened the door to creative thinking again. As one teacher stated, ‘What better way to spend my day!

Sandy Keaton, Elementary Language Arts Instructional Facilitator, Howard County Schools, Maryland

2016-07-27T11:42:23-04:00

Sandy Keaton, Elementary Language Arts Instructional Facilitator, Howard County Schools, Maryland

The logic of its argument is all but impossible to deny. Burkins and Yaris make their call to change hard to resist.

Illinois Reading Council Journal (Fall 2016)

2017-04-05T13:49:53-04:00

Illinois Reading Council Journal (Fall 2016)