Stenhouse NEWSLINKS

June 9, 2017  •  In This Issue:

1.  Help students in grades 6-12 become "academic insiders"
2.  Ruth Culham's Dream Wakers wins Skipping Stones Award
3.  Opportunities to learn with and from Stenhouse authors




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1) Help students in grades 6-12 become "academic insiders"
Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines, by Doug Buehl Being literate in an academic discipline means more than simply being able to read and comprehend text; it means you can think, speak, and write as a scientist, historian, mathematician, or artist.

In his thoroughly revised second edition of Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines, Doug Buehl strips away the one-size-fits-all approach to content-area literacy and presents a much-needed instructional model for disciplinary literacy—showing you how to mentor middle and high school learners to become "academic insiders" who are college and career ready.

Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines introduces teachers from all disciplines to new kinds of thinking and, ultimately, teaching that helps students achieve new levels of understanding.

Preview the entire book online:

http://www.stenhouse.com/1121.asp?r=n421

Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines
Second Edition
Doug Buehl
Grades 6-12 • 360 pages • $35.00 • Available late June
http://www.stenhouse.com/1121.asp?r=n421

#DevelopingReaders

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2) Ruth Culham's Dream Wakers wins Skipping Stones Award
Dream Wakers, by Ruth Culham Congratulations to Ruth Culham, whose book Dream Wakers: Mentor Texts that Celebrate Latino Culture is a 2017 Skipping Stones Honor Award winner.

Ruth Culham interview The Skipping Stones award honors books that "promote an understanding of cultures, cultivate cooperation, and encourage a deeper understanding of the world's diversity."

Watch Ruth talk about Dream Wakers and then preview the entire book online:

http://www.stenhouse.com/1111.asp?r=n421

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3) Opportunities to learn with and from Stenhouse authors
Catch up with Jan Burkins and Kim Yaris, Christopher Danielson, Jennifer McDonough, Julie Ramsay, Jessica Shumway, Janiel Wagstaff, Mark Weakland, and Rick Wormeli at the SDE National Conference in Las Vegas July 10-14. Select from various strands based on grade level (Prek, K, 1st, and 2nd), Differentiated Instruction, or Teaching Math and find your favorite Stenhouse books in the conference bookstore:

http://www.cvent.com/d/4vqf80?RefID=Nat-Stenhouse

Stenhouse authors Ruth Culham, Franki Sibberson, Pete Lourie & David Somoza, Ruth Ayres, Clare Landrigan & Tammy Mulligan, Lee Ann Spillane, and Debbie Miller will be at the All Write Institute in Warsaw, Indiana, June 22-24:

https://www.smore.com/rshcj-all-write-summer-institute-2017

Register now for Debbie Diller's Summer Institute in Houston, July 14 & 15, focusing on "Growing Independent Readers, Writers, and Thinkers":

http://www.somirac.org/somirac-conference-2017.html

Shawna Coppola, author of Renew: How to Become a Better—and More Authentic—Writing Teacher, will be teaching at the New Hampshire Literacy Institute summer program July 31-August 4 in Durham, New Hampshire. Her session is titled "Writing, Redefined: Honoring the Compositional Work of All Students." She talks about her workshop a little bit in a recent post on the Stenhouse Blog:

https://sten.pub/compositional

Sign up for the institute here:

https://sten.pub/unh2017

Join hundreds of teachers across the country who are reading Tracy Zager's new book, Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had. The book study will continue through the summer on Voxer and Twitter. Sign up here:

https://sten.pub/zagerstudy

Jan Burkins and Kim Yaris will be holding a six-week online class July 3-August 13, focusing on their book Who's Doing the Work. To register:

https://sten.pub/byonline2017

You can also catch them in person in Fergus Falls, Minnesota on Friday, June 23:

https://sten.pub/bymn

Stay tuned for a special edition of Newslinks about our authors and signings during this year's ILA conference.

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Contributing writer: Lee Ann Spillane

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