Three Ways to Boost Language Use and Development in the Virtual World

February 1, 2021
Do you remember watching a small child acquire language skills? First, they listen; then, they speak; soon, they write, and
Moker Klaus-Quinlan

Supporting Ourselves and Others: Self-Care and SEL in the Age of Covid

January 14, 2021
Confession: I’ve never been much of a fan of the term self-care. It’s always felt a bit self-indulgent and brings
Andra Brill

PEBC Teacher Residency Works to Diversify Colorado’s Teacher Workforce

November 30, 2020
In the wake of calls for social justice during the Summer of 2020, 73 is a number that I’ve been
John Kearney

Mind Your Triggers

November 4, 2020
In what ways might we best support learners during this unique school year? One way is to learn about and
Dana Sorensen

Why Arguments Matter

October 8, 2020
As I watched the debate, I heard both candidates call each other names and question the patriotism and intelligence of
Stevi Quate

Supporting English Language Learners’ Success as Remote Learners

September 24, 2020
“In today’s educational climate, English Learners are expected to develop deep content knowledge, engage with complex texts, and interact with
Moker Klaus-Quinlan

Community in the Physical and Virtual Classroom

August 10, 2020
Trust, shared purpose, interdependence, mutual support, and safety in taking risks are some of the features of an effective community.
Wendy Ward Hoffer

Taming Our Trauma Brain

July 22, 2020
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, more than two-thirds of children will experience at least one
Katrina Litzau

Same Beliefs – New Format

We had two weeks from the time school closed to the re-opening fully online. Over those two weeks, several questions
Jennifer Brauner

Riding the Wave: Managing Uncertainty Personally and Professionally

July 10, 2020
Now is a time when I’m grateful I’ve talked to my kids about mixed feelings. They like being home with
Tracy Wagers

PEBC Teaching Framework

April 27, 2020
We miss you and our work in schools and hope everyone is keeping safe and taking good care. This blog

What Does Mathematical Discourse Sound Like?

January 9, 2020
Almost like a great song, top-notch mathematical discourse is something you know when you hear. Yet, to cultivate quality, you
Wendy Ward Hoffer

The Writing Workshop in Elementary Classrooms

December 9, 2019
Stevie Townsend, PhD “How many of you have made bread? Or, tasted homemade bread?” Five of my twenty seven new

Phenomenal Teaching

December 2, 2019
We are happy to introduce you to Wendy Ward Hoffer’s fifth book, Phenomenal Teaching, forthcoming from Heinemann in 2020. This
Wendy Ward Hoffer

Grab a Book!

November 25, 2019
When’s the last time you were able to grab a great book, of your choice, and just read?  According to
Michelle Morris Jones

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