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Closing the empathy gap between teachers and administrators can be challenging. Here are some ideas Miriam Plotinsky sha...
10/28/2022
Finding the Balance Between Teaching and Leading - School Rubric

Closing the empathy gap between teachers and administrators can be challenging. Here are some ideas Miriam Plotinsky shares in SchoolRubric that are inspired by her next book from Norton Books in Education: LEAD LIKE A TEACHER.

Learn more at https://wwnorton.com/books/9781324030836

While there are exceptions, most educators who enter school administration were at one time teachers themselves. With this background in instruction, there

Listen to Jessica Singer Early discuss NEXT GENERATION GENRES: TEACHING WRITING FOR CIVIC AND ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENT on KJZ...
10/26/2022
This English professor wants writing teachers to go beyond the 5-paragraph essay

Listen to Jessica Singer Early discuss NEXT GENERATION GENRES: TEACHING WRITING FOR CIVIC AND ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENT on KJZZ Phoenix. In the interview, Early explores how a more diverse approach toward the 5-paragraph essay fosters accessible writing in the classroom.

Learn more about the book at wwnorton.com/ngg
In stores 11/29.

There’s been so much researched, written and lamented about learning loss during the pandemic — and that definitely happened for many students. But Jessica Early sees a silver lining.Early is an English professor at Arizona State University and director of the Central Arizona Writing Project. Mo...

10/24/2022

Published in collaboration with The New York Times - The Learning Network, COMING OF AGE IN 2020: TEENAGERS ON THE YEAR THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING explores how students responded to the pandemic via videos, poems, Lego sculptures, music, photography, and more.

Learn more about the book at: wwnorton.com/rd/2020

Learn more about Deborah Appleman’s LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS, a new book Publishers Weekly calls, “[An] invig...
10/20/2022

Learn more about Deborah Appleman’s LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS, a new book Publishers Weekly calls, “[An] invigorating call for educators to continue to teach challenging texts,”
at wwnorton.com/lncw

Let's start having conversations about the importance of literature.

Literature and the New Culture Wars is to help start the conversations.

See more at DeborahAppleman.com

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Published in collaboration with The New York Times - The Learning Network, COMING OF AGE IN 2020: TEENAGERS ON THE YEAR ...
10/19/2022
How to Teach With the Art and Artifacts in Our New Book, ‘Coming of Age in 2020’

Published in collaboration with The New York Times - The Learning Network, COMING OF AGE IN 2020: TEENAGERS ON THE YEAR THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING is a stunning document of how ordinary teenagers experienced extraordinary events. In this article, Katherine Schulten and her fellow NYTimes editors share ideas for teaching with the book, an ideal mentor text.

Learn more about the book at https://wwnorton.com/rd/2020

Work by teenagers — photos, comics, diary entries, charts, texts, recipes and rants — tells the story of an unforgettable year.

Today on our blog K-12Talk, we're featuring excerpts from our new release, COMING OF AGE IN 2020: TEENAGERS ON THE YEAR ...
10/14/2022
Student Pieces from “Coming of Age in 2020”: How Teenagers Experienced the Pandemic

Today on our blog K-12Talk, we're featuring excerpts from our new release, COMING OF AGE IN 2020: TEENAGERS ON THE YEAR THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING. From Lego sculptures to paintings and photographs, see how teenagers reacted to the pandemic and its legacy.

Dear Reader, The start of this school year has brought with it a mix of feelings for educators and students alike. Perhaps the strongest has been relief—even joy—at returning to physical class…

Wellness tips from NAESP President Dave Steckler
10/14/2022
Wellness tips from NAESP President Dave Steckler

Wellness tips from NAESP President Dave Steckler

This year for National Principals Month, we’re focusing on principal wellness. Hear some tips and strategies from NAESP President Dave Steckler.For more even...

For the first  we’re highlighting a wonderful submission from Gabrielle Bautista. Later today, we’ll be posting a video ...
10/12/2022

For the first we’re highlighting a wonderful submission from Gabrielle Bautista. Later today, we’ll be posting a video of Gabrielle explaining the inspiration behind her artwork, and how she dealt with Coming of Age in 2020. 🎨🖌

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COMING OF AGE IN 2020: TEENAGERS ON THE YEAR THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING by Katherine Schulten and The New York Times is now...
10/11/2022
Coming of Age in 2020

COMING OF AGE IN 2020: TEENAGERS ON THE YEAR THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING by Katherine Schulten and The New York Times is now available! Follow us on IG at https://www.instagram.com/norton.education/ as we highlight the teen artists and share their ! Learn more about the book via the link in our bio.
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A time capsule of art and artifacts, created by Gen Z., Coming of Age in 2020, Teenagers on the Year that Changed Everything, Katherine Schulten, 9781324019442

In honor of  check out an excerpt from LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS by Deborah Appleman in Literary Hub . 📚Learn ...
09/23/2022
Teaching Literature in the New Culture Wars: Some Alternative Approaches

In honor of check out an excerpt from LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS by Deborah Appleman in Literary Hub .

📚Learn more about the book here: wwnorton.com/LNCW

Literature teachers don’t want to engage in harm by offering, in an untroubled or uncritical fashion, attitudes and racist and sexist tropes that harm students and complicitly acquiesce or worse, s…

Check out LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS author Deborah Appleman's new piece in Newsweek.  "My willingness to fight...
09/20/2022
'I've become a reluctant warrior against cancel culture"

Check out LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS author Deborah Appleman's new piece in Newsweek.

"My willingness to fight hard for the continued presence of these targeted texts in my classroom is rooted in the importance of lessons that I and my students have learned from them, lessons that I want others to have the opportunity to learn."

📚Learn more about the book here: wwnorton.com/rd/lncw.

These are particularly troubling times for educators. We find ourselves in a bitterly divided country,

Today on K-12Talk, Deborah Appleman shares an excerpt from her new book LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS.
09/16/2022
In Defense of Teaching Troubled Texts in Troubling Times

Today on K-12Talk, Deborah Appleman shares an excerpt from her new book LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS.

by Deborah Appleman “You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then you read. It was books that taught me that the things that tormented me mo…

📚 LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS by Deborah Appleman is now available! 📚 Learn more at wwnorton.com/rd/lncw.
09/06/2022
Literature and the New Culture Wars

📚 LITERATURE AND THE NEW CULTURE WARS by Deborah Appleman is now available! 📚

Learn more at wwnorton.com/rd/lncw.

Can educators continue to teach troubling but worthwhile texts?, Literature and the New Culture Wars, Triggers, Cancel Culture, and the Teacher's Dilemma, Deborah Appleman, 9781324019183

Check out MIND OVER MEDIA author Renee Hobbs (Media Education Lab) on the Mark Groves podcast! ✨This conversation is ess...
08/10/2022
‎Mark Groves Podcast on Apple Podcasts

Check out MIND OVER MEDIA author Renee Hobbs (Media Education Lab) on the Mark Groves podcast!

✨This conversation is essential listening if you’ve ever been bewildered by the complexity of the digital age. Renee and Mark’s conversation illuminates how we learn and process information and gives practical advice to help build connections in an increasingly fractured media landscape.✨

Learn more about the book hailed by Douglas Rushkoff as “our era’s most important book on propaganda,” the award-winning MIND OVER MEDIA, and get 20% OFF: https://wwnorton.com/rd/MM22.

‎Society & Culture · 2022

Check out TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS author Miriam Plotinsky's MiddleWeb Resources article on helping new teachers make clas...
08/02/2022
For New Teachers: How to Keep Kids Engaged and On Task

Check out TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS author Miriam Plotinsky's MiddleWeb Resources article on helping new teachers make classroom management ✨manageable✨!

This was also the ✨most read✨ article in SmartBrief's The Daily Accomplished Teacher newsletter.

Learn even more strategies in her book TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS. wwnorton.com/rd/TMHL.

When lesson plans focus not just on delivering information but responding to feedback, we can engage kids and avoid helicoptor-teacher syndrome, says Plotinsky.

07/26/2022
Book Talk with the authors of Learning and Teaching While White

ICYMI!! Check out the conversation between Dr. Kim Parker (Harvard University), Jenna Chandler-Ward, and Elizabeth Denevi (Teaching While White) the authors of Learning and Teaching While White: Antiracist Strategies for School Communities. Listen in as they discuss the importance & necessity of having difficult conversations about race—and learn how to foster these conversations in your community!

The book is NOW AVAILABLE! Learn more here: wwnorton.com/rd/LTWW.

NEW from Elizabeth Denevi and Jenna Chandler-Ward (Teaching While White), LEARNING AND TEACHING WHILE WHITE: ANTIRACIST ...
07/26/2022

NEW from Elizabeth Denevi and Jenna Chandler-Ward (Teaching While White), LEARNING AND TEACHING WHILE WHITE: ANTIRACIST STRATEGIES FOR SCHOOL COMMUNITIES is NOW AVAILABLE wherever books are sold!

Tune in TODAY at 4pm EDT right here on FB or Zoom (bit.ly/LTWW726) for a live discussion between Dr. Kim Parker (Harvard University) and the authors. Learn more about the book at wwnorton.com/rd/LTWW.

Informed by their own experiences working with school communities, the authors will share strategies and tools to develop an antiracist teaching practice.

Teaching While White's Jenna Chandler-Ward and Elizabeth Denevi in conversation with Dr. Kim Parker (Harvard University)...
07/19/2022

Teaching While White's Jenna Chandler-Ward and Elizabeth Denevi in conversation with Dr. Kim Parker (Harvard University), Tuesday, July 26th at 4pm! Watch here on our FB page or on Zoom: bit.ly/LTWW726.

Informed by their own experiences working with school communities, the authors will share strategies and tools to develop an antiracist teaching practice.

Listen to Miriam Plotinsky discuss her new book, TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MICROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLASSR...
07/14/2022
EP 95: Discussing Current Issues Appearing in Education with Miriam Plotinsky

Listen to Miriam Plotinsky discuss her new book, TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MICROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLASSROOM, on CASE for Kids' Making the Afterschool Cool Podcast, and learn more about the book at WWNorton.com/rd/TMHL.

Today’s episode of the Making After-School Cool Podcast focuses on current issues appearing in education. As Educational practices continue to evolve, there remains the question of “are the methods we now use to educate our youth keeping pace with the educational evolution?” Research has shown...

NEW in the Norton Series on Inclusive Education for Students with Disabilities, PLANNING FOR THE SUCCESS OF STUDENTS WIT...
07/12/2022

NEW in the Norton Series on Inclusive Education for Students with Disabilities, PLANNING FOR THE SUCCESS OF STUDENTS WITH IEPs: A SYSTEMATIC, SUPPORTS-BASED APPROACH by James R. Thompson is now available wherever books are sold. Learn more at WWNorton.com/rd/IEPS.

"Here is a strong framework to support your inclusive problem-solving. This book is educator empowerment."
—Sue Swenson, President, INCLUSION INTERNATIONAL

Listen to SEL EVERY DAY author Meena Srinivasan's 5-minute meditation for staying both rooted and open, via Mindful.org,...
06/30/2022
A 5-Minute Meditation to Cultivate an Open Heart - Mindful

Listen to SEL EVERY DAY author Meena Srinivasan's 5-minute meditation for staying both rooted and open, via Mindful.org, and learn more about her Quick Reference Guide for educators, INCORPORATING SEL INTO EVERY CLASSROOM, at https://WWNorton.com/rd/ISEL.

Meena Srinivasan offers a guided mindfulness practice for staying grounded, open, and calm during times of crisis and uncertainty.

Congratulations to Meena Srinivasan, author of SEL EVERY DAY, for being named one of Mindful.org's 10 Powerful Women of ...
06/28/2022
10 Powerful Women of the Mindfulness Movement: 2022 - Mindful

Congratulations to Meena Srinivasan, author of SEL EVERY DAY, for being named one of Mindful.org's 10 Powerful Women of Mindfulness. Started in 2018, Powerful Women of the Mindfulness Movement annually recognizes ten women who have had an impact in their respective fields. Learn more about her book at WWNorton.com/rd/SELED.

Ten women leaders of the mindfulness movement share what they’ve learned about meaning, purpose, and cultivating happiness.

Today on K-12 Talk, Geraldine Woods discusses how exploring writing in other disciplines can spark new ideas for English...
06/24/2022
Summer Reading Resolutions: Read Outside Your Field

Today on K-12 Talk, Geraldine Woods discusses how exploring writing in other disciplines can spark new ideas for English class lessons. Learn more about her book SENTENCE: A PERIOD-TO-PERIOD GUIDE TO BUILDING BETTER READERS AND WRITERS at WWNorton.com/rd/sentence.

By Geraldine Woods Making New Year’s resolutions has never made sense to me. Exhausted by holiday celebrations and dismayed by the prospect of slogging through a Northeastern winter, on January 1st…

"If we think about partially removing ourselves as a classroom focal point, that does not mean we erase ourselves from t...
06/14/2022
Creating a Classroom That Is Student, not Teacher, Driven

"If we think about partially removing ourselves as a classroom focal point, that does not mean we erase ourselves from the equation. Rather, we develop the dexterity to meet a number of ever-shifting demands with students who we intentionally prepare to meet new challenges."

Read an excerpt from Miriam Plotinsky's new book, TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MIROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLASSROOM, at Edutopia, and learn more about the book at WWNorton.com/rd/TMHL.

Teachers can take a step back and create lessons that put student explorations at the center of learning.

"There’s this metaphorical thing that happens where we’re holding onto students with both hands, and then we gradually t...
06/09/2022
Curricular Counsel: Boosting student agency with less 'hovering'

"There’s this metaphorical thing that happens where we’re holding onto students with both hands, and then we gradually take one hand away and then the other, and the question was, 'How much do we really trust students to learn on their own without us forcing the process at all times?'"

Read about Miriam Plotinsky's strategies for hover-free teaching in this interview with K-12 Dive. You can learn more about her new book, TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MICROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLASSROOM, at WWNorton.com/rd/TMHL

An instructional specialist from Maryland details how educators can engage students with more voice and choice across curricula.

"What readers find when they open Learning and Teaching While White is a path to becoming a racially aware white educato...
06/09/2022

"What readers find when they open Learning and Teaching While White is a path to becoming a racially aware white educator. This is not just a book, it is a critical, personal exploration of self and system that the authors carefully scaffold to enhance the skill of white educators, both as teachers and as humans." —Dr. Eddie Moore Jr., founder of The White Privilege Conference (The Privilege Institute)

NEW in the Norton Series on Equity and Social Justice in Education, LEARNING AND TEACHING WHILE WHITE: ANTIRACIST STRATEGIES FOR SCHOOL COMMUNITIES by Jenna Chandler-Ward and Elizabeth Denevi (Teaching While White) is now available directly from Norton or wherever books are sold 7/26. Learn more at WWNorton.com/LTWW.

Listen to Meena Srinivasan (SEL EVERY DAY) discuss Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and the challenges teachers face due ...
06/09/2022
TSM Podcast Episode 27: Meena Srinivasan - David Treleaven

Listen to Meena Srinivasan (SEL EVERY DAY) discuss Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and the challenges teachers face due to the pandemic on The Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness Podcast with David Treleaven. Learn more about Meena Srinivasan's book, SEL EVERY DAY, at WWNorton.com/rd/SELED.

Episode 27: Mindful Education, Trauma, and Social Emotional Learning In this episode David speaks with Meena Srinivasan, an expert in the field of mindful education and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL). They discuss the relationship between SEL and mindful education, the mental-health crisis of Covid...

Listen to Miriam Plotinsky discuss her new book, TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MICROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLASSR...
06/07/2022
Teach More, Hover Less (506)

Listen to Miriam Plotinsky discuss her new book, TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MICROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLASSROOM, on the Ed's Not Dead Podcast, and learn more about the book at WWNorton.com/rd/TMHL.

The guys are back from a semi-hiatus, and discuss the awful events from Uvalde, as well as getting up to speed from our last episode. We also had the pleasure of bringing teacher, and instructional…

Today on K-12 Talk, in honor of Teacher Appreciation (which shouldn't be limited to one week per year!), Miriam Plotinsk...
05/31/2022
Lead Like a Teacher: The Best Way for Administrators to Show Teacher Appreciation

Today on K-12 Talk, in honor of Teacher Appreciation (which shouldn't be limited to one week per year!), Miriam Plotinsky, author of TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MICROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLASSROOM (WWNorton.com/rd/TMHL) describes how school leaders can acknowledge and leverage teacher expertise.

By Miriam Plotinsky Summer may be on the horizon, but the difficult circumstances of this school year will long be in the minds and hearts of educators. As this third year of pandemic-era learning …

Get 20% OFF new and bestselling PD books and Quick Reference Guides on literacy & language arts, equity & diversity, cur...
05/27/2022

Get 20% OFF new and bestselling PD books and Quick Reference Guides on literacy & language arts, equity & diversity, curriculum & instruction, and more. Visit WWNorton.com/promo/EDU23 to order and save!

"Appleman’s book is important, not just for those who teach in prisons, but also for those who want to understand how to...
05/26/2022

"Appleman’s book is important, not just for those who teach in prisons, but also for those who want to understand how to break the school-to-prison pipeline." —Rethinking Schools

Read the full list of social justice resources for educators from Rethinking Schools (https://bit.ly/38S2GgH) and learn more about WORDS NO BARS CAN HOLD: LITERACY LEARNING IN PRISON by Deborah Appleman at WWNorton.com/rd/WNBCH.

NEW in the Norton Series on Inclusive Education for Students with Disabilities, PLANNING FOR THE SUCCESS OF STUDENTS WIT...
05/26/2022

NEW in the Norton Series on Inclusive Education for Students with Disabilities, PLANNING FOR THE SUCCESS OF STUDENTS WITH IEPs: A SYSTEMATIC, SUPPORTS-BASED APPROACH by James R. Thompson is now available directly from W. W. Norton or wherever books are sold July 12th. Learn more at WWNorton.com/rd/IEPS

"Here is a strong framework to support your inclusive problem-solving. This book is educator empowerment." —Sue Swenson, President, INCLUSION INTERNATIONAL

"SOCIAL STUDIES FOR A BETTER WORLD is the book that elementary social studies educators have been asking for and Rodrígu...
05/25/2022

"SOCIAL STUDIES FOR A BETTER WORLD is the book that elementary social studies educators have been asking for and Rodríguez and Swalwell powerfully delivered. It is unapologetically critical and provides us with clear reasoning for the importance of engaging in anti-oppressive social studies teaching and the tools for how to begin the work necessary for creating a better world."

Read the full review of SOCIAL STUDIES FOR A BETTER WORLD: AN ANTI-OPPRESSIVE APPROACH FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATORS by Katy Swalwell and Noreen Naseem Rodríguez from Teachers College Record (Teachers College, Columbia University) here (https://bit.ly/3wKoHXI) and learn more about the book at WWNorton.com/rd/SSBW.

NEW from instructional specialist Miriam Plotinsky, TEACH MORE HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MICROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLAS...
05/24/2022

NEW from instructional specialist Miriam Plotinsky, TEACH MORE HOVER LESS: HOW TO STOP MICROMANAGING YOUR SECONDARY CLASSROOM is now available wherever books are sold. Learn more at wwnorton.com/rd/TMHL.

"If education is going to keep pace in the age of total information, it will be by developing student autonomy. TEACH MORE, HOVER LESS proposes an educational paradigm shift where relationships, careful curation, flexible settings, and student choice lead to the state of flow teachers chase in dreams." —Christopher R. Klein, Staff Development Teacher, John F. Kennedy High School, Maryland

"This delightful book surprises on nearly every page as Geraldine Woods—a marvelously prolific author and classroom teac...
05/20/2022
a book review by Richard Cytowic: 25 Great Sentences and How They Got That Way

"This delightful book surprises on nearly every page as Geraldine Woods—a marvelously prolific author and classroom teacher of English at every level from fifth grade to Advanced Placement—peels away the artful constructions behind 25 GREAT SENTENCES AND HOW THEY GOT THAT WAY."

Read Richard E. Cytowic, MD's review of 25 GREAT SENTENCES AND HOW THEY GOT THAT WAY in the New York Journal of Books and learn more about the book at WWNorton.com/rd/25Great.

25 Great Sentences and How They Got That Way by Geraldine Woods book review. Click to read the full review of 25 Great Sentences and How They Got That Way in New York Journal of Books. Review written by Richard Cytowic.

NEW from Geraldine Woods, INDEPENDENT STUDY THAT WORKS: DESIGNING A SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM is NOW AVAILABLE wherever books a...
05/18/2022

NEW from Geraldine Woods, INDEPENDENT STUDY THAT WORKS: DESIGNING A SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM is NOW AVAILABLE wherever books are sold! In this book, master teacher Geraldine Woods offers a practical, step-by-step guide based on her experience designing and directing the much-admired independent study program at The Horace Mann School. This book is a gift to all educators who want to give students the freedom to pursue their interests.

"Even decades later, I still think about my experience in Ms. Woods’s Independent Study class. It was an extraordinary invitation to a lifetime of creative exploration. I love that this wonderful book will help extend that invitation to many more students for generations to come." —Jordan Roth, president of Jujamcyn Theaters and former student at the Horace Mann School

NEW in the Norton Series on Equity and Social Justice in Education, ABLEISM IN EDUCATION: RETHINKING SCHOOL PRACTICES AN...
05/18/2022

NEW in the Norton Series on Equity and Social Justice in Education, ABLEISM IN EDUCATION: RETHINKING SCHOOL PRACTICES AND POLICIES by Dr. Gillian Parekh (York University) is NOW AVAILABLE wherever books are sold. Learn more at wwnorton.com/ableism.

Get 20% OFF new and bestselling PD titles on curriculum & instruction, equity & diversity, inclusion & special education...
05/12/2022

Get 20% OFF new and bestselling PD titles on curriculum & instruction, equity & diversity, inclusion & special education, and more in our new 2022-2023 Catalog! Visit WWNorton.com/promo/EDU23 or browse the digital catalog at tiny.cc/22educatalog to order and save.

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