Issue Theme: Ideas in Action
Readers Are Survivors: A Middle School Student/Parent/Teacher Book Discussion Group
Margaret Breen and Terri Rubin
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Keywords: Reading, Middle
Visual Responses to YAL That Encourage Higher Level Thinking
Marlene L. Deringer
Susan H. Smith with Bethany Hickey
Jennifer S. Buehler
Haiku Measures Up: Putting Those 17 Syllables to Work
Barbara Simons Smith
The Biopoem: Connecting Language Arts and Social Studies with Technology
Nedrea Haley and Ann Huddleston
“I Spy” Engaged Learners
Miles for Motivation
From Page to Stage
Cher N. Gauweiler
The National Writing Project: A Best Idea from James Gray
Exploring Heritage: Finding Windows into Our Lives
EDITOR’S MESSAGE: Voices from the Middle: An Idea in Action
A HAND UP: Needing a Safe Place to Be
Chris Crutcher, editor
ONE LAST THOUGHT: The Biggest of BIG Ideas: Professional Passion and Development
Jeffrey D.Wilhelm, editor
THE LITERATURE CIRCLE: Our Best Idea: Teachers Who Read
Harvey Daniels, editor
WRITERS’ WORKSHOP: A Reader’s—Writer’s Notebook: It’s a Good Idea
Linda Rief, editor
RESPONDING TO READING: It seemed like a good idea at the time . . .
Robert E. Probst, editor
THE TEACHER’S TOOLBOX: Talking to Learn: Conversation as a Tool
Jim Burke, editor
WORD MARKET: Sharing Our Ideas for the Tools of Our Trade
Janet Allen, editor
SPELLING LOGICS: Spelling: Best Ideas = Best Practices
Shane Templeton, editor
TECH CONNECT: Links to the Best: Embracing the Best Through Technology
Nancy Patterson, editor
Keywords: Technology, Middle
PROFESSIONAL BOOK REVIEWS: The Best Ideas in Professional Development
Leigh Van Horn, editor
BOOK TALK: One Hundred of Our Best Ideas: Young Adult Literature with Staying Power
Teri S. Lesesne, editorTeri S. Lesesne, editor
FROM STUDENT TO STUDENT: Whose Best is Best?
Kim Ford. editor
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