June 22, 2018  •  In This Issue:

1.  Who's Doing the Work? Lesson Sets now shipping
2.  EdWeek interview with Regie Routman
3.  Number Sense Routines online study group starts Monday

When children inhabit worlds where teachers let them do the work, they learn from their productive effort, become empowered to take charge of their reading lives, and, very often, surprise us with what they can do!
—Jan Burkins and Kim Yaris

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1) Who's Doing the Work? Lesson Sets now shipping
Who's Doing the Work? Lesson Sets, by Burkins and Yaris In the desire to see students succeed, many teachers are helping and prompting to the point where they—not their students—are doing most of the work.

If that's true in your school, Who's Doing the Work? Lesson Sets (for grades K, 1, and 2) can help. This easy-to-use classroom resource provides everything you need to implement the ideas from the best-selling book by Jan Burkins and Kim Yaris.

Order before July 31 for a special 10% discount.

You can also access an on-demand webinar and a free lesson sampler that includes a complete overview of the product, including the instructional framework, a description of the print and digital components, and five lessons excerpted from the Grade 1 set.


2) EdWeek interview with Regie Routman
Regie Routman Regie Routman calls upon us all to celebrate learners, developing "a positive and loving mindset towards the learner and noticing and commenting on strengths before needs." Read more of Regie's reflections about writing Literacy Essentials: Engagement, Excellence, and Equity For All Learners in this interview with EdWeek's Larry Ferlazzo:

Watch Regie give a quick overview of her book in this video spotlight:
(Scroll to the end of the Description section to access the video.)


3) Number Sense Routines online study group starts Monday
Number Sense Routines K-3 and 3-5, by Jessica Shumway Margie Pearse, math coach and numeracy specialist, invites one and all to join her on Twitter for a "summer slow chat" focused on Jessica Shumway's book Number Sense Routines: Building Numerical Literacy Every Day in Grades K-3:

In case you missed it, the new Number Sense Routines for grades 3-5, released in February, can be previewed here:


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