ATH 8: Pirate Pedagogy

Straight off a stint in the Caribbean the pirate himself, Dave Burgess, The New York Times bestselling author of Teach Like a Pirate and president...

ATH 7: Revving Up Writing

In this episode, Cade and Michelle discuss strategies for improving student writing. Angela Stockman, author of Make Writing, shares how her research with Writer’s Workshop...

ATH 6: Crafting Communication

One of the strands of standards that often gets overshadowed by reading and writing in the English classroom is Speaking and Listening. We all...

ATH 5: Dealing with Digital Texts

If you’re anything like us, there’s nothing like holding a book in your hands. After spending hours in a bookstore or a library perusing...

ATH 4: Maker Mindset

Dan Ryder is an improviser, design thinker, and Twitter chatter at #dtk12chat and #EdCorps. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator for 2017 and co-author of Intention:...

ATH 3: CommonLit Craze, Part Two

We love CommonLit so much, we thought we’d have two episodes on it. Well, it was sort of like that. Actually, after having some...

ATH 2: CommonLit Craze

We’re not starting it. CommonLit’s already done that part. We’re just giving it a name: CommonLit Craze. CommonLit has emerged over the last year...

ATH 1: Flipgrid Fever

21 Ways to Use Flipgrid in the ELA Classroom Mini-Peer Revisions: Have students read one paragraph on Flipgrid and have classmates comment on ways...

ATH 0: Your First Resource

Before the textbook. Before a binder. Even before Google. Every teacher’s first resource is a nearby colleague. Join the Across the Hall hosts in...