Stenhouse NEWSLINKS

July 13, 2018  •  In This Issue:

1.  Preview & preorder To Know and Nurture a Reader
2.  ILA conference: mini-sessions, new books, and cupcakes
3.  Tracy Zager on students' math thinking
4.  Teachers and jambalaya: Commemorating Stenhouse's founding 25 years ago

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1) Preview & preorder To Know and Nurture a Reader
To Know and Nurture a Reader, by Yates and Nosek Conferring with students about reading allows for in-the-moment teaching and learning, but it can be intimidating at first. Kari Yates and Christina Nosek come to the rescue with a step-by-step guide featuring practical, reflective moves to help you get started.

Preview and preorder their new book, To Know and Nurture a Reader, now:

https://www.stenhouse.com/1172.asp?r=n465

If you're at the ILA conference next week, don't miss Kari and Christina's session on Sunday from 9‑10am and a chance to meet them at the Stenhouse booth (#205) on Sunday at 10:30am.

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2) ILA conference: mini-sessions, new books, and cupcakes
Stenhouse booth at ILA We hope to see you at our authors' in-booth mini-sessions and meet & greets throughout the ILA conference in our booth #205. Enjoy five mini-sessions:

Stephanie Harvey & Anne Goudvis (Strategies That Work, Third Edition)
Saturday @ 10:00am: "Strategies That Keep On Working"

Jeff Anderson & Whitney La Rocca (Patterns of Power)
Saturday @ 10:45am: "Grammar: When Reading and Writing Collide"

Matthew Kay (Not Light, but Fire)
Saturday @ 11:30am: "How to Lead Meaningful Race Discussions in the Classroom"

Debbie Diller (Growing Independent Learners)
Saturday @ 12:00pm: "Tips for Independent Learning"

Jan Burkins & Kim Yaris (Who's Doing the Work?)
Saturday @ 2:30pm: "Prompts That Empower Readers"

Get the complete list of Stenhouse author meet-and-greets and conference sessions:

http://wp.me/piX5f-1nQ

Insiders' tip: we'll have a special cupcake celebration of Stenhouse's 25th birthday on Friday from 4‑5pm See you there!

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3) Tracy Zager on students' math thinking
Everything good in mathematics education starts with getting curious about kids' mathematical ideas.
—Tracy Zager

Do you want better, richer, more interesting information about your students and their thinking? Check out Tracy Zager's new webinar, "How Will We Know What They're Thinking?" where she leads an exploration of the four channels for gathering information about student thinking:

Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had https://sten.pub/gmdzager

Tracy is the author of Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had:

https://www.stenhouse.com/0996.asp?r=n465

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4) Teachers and jambalaya: Commemorating Stenhouse's founding 25 years ago
Stenhouse celebrates 25 years By accepting our invitation to become authors, teachers themselves built the Stenhouse list, one book at a time. But what does jambalaya have to do with it? Found out here:

http://wp.me/piX5f-1nV

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Contributing writer: Lee Ann Spillane

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