Julia Graeper

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Bookmarked: Helping kids discover the real story

Julia Graeper November 21st, 2017

Many educators are helping students understand that the nuances of our shared experience is best viewed through a critical lens

Update from Puerto Rico

Julia Graeper November 17th, 2017

A guest post from Darlene Vazquez (Scholastic Puerto Rico) on life since Hurricane Maria.

Twitter Chat Recap: Striving Readers with Adria Klein

Julia Graeper November 2nd, 2017

We created a Storify with some of the highlights, below. Follow @ScholasticEd to find out about our next chat!

Bookmarked: Start with the why & inviting uncertainty

Julia Graeper October 11th, 2017

As Bosworth's why questions encourage deeper, abstract thinking, Beghetto's uncertainty allows students to explore, experiment and problem-solve in a...

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Bookmarked: The impact of hunger on achievement, & addressing lunch-shaming

Julia Graeper October 4th, 2017

Below are a few education stories I've bookmarked recently.

Bookmarked: How We Train, Retain and Set Expectations for Teachers

Julia Graeper September 21st, 2017

Below are a few education stories I've bookmarked recently.

Bookmarked: The Gallup Survey, Dear America, SEL and Leading and Learning

Julia Graeper September 12th, 2017

Below are a few education stories I've bookmarked recently.

What I Want the World to Know About Reading in My Country: International Literacy Day

Julia Graeper September 8th, 2017

September 8, 2017, is International Literacy Day, when governments, organizations, and communities around the world recognize and celebrate the magic of books and reading...

Social Media, Independent Reading and Reading Aloud: The Stories You Loved

Julia Graeper July 21st, 2017

A mid-year check-in on EDU's top stories from the last 12 months.

#DisruptingThinking: "I want to hug this book. Then high five it."

Julia Graeper July 14th, 2017

Disrupting Thinking is proving that it's not just students who are changed—the book is inspiring fervor among educators.

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