Welcome to the
HEINEMANN
DIGITAL CAMPUS
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CONTACT US
800.541.2086 x1100
digitalcampus@heinemann.com
The Heinemann Digital Campus is a professional development
resource for educators that takes the best of Heinemann’s trust...
The strength of Heinemann’s content, presented online with rich,
interactive features makes the Digital Campus a powerful ...
The Digital Campus website
is divided into two distinct areas:
COURSES
REFERENCE
LIBRARY
The Digital Campus is an
excellen...
Courses are usually six intensive one-
hour sessions. Continue on to see their
powerful, dynamic features….
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COURSES...
STUDENT
INTERVIEWS
CLASSROOM DEMOS
AUTHOR
INTERVIEWS
DISCUSSIONS WITH
TEACHERS
Professionally filmed and edited
video clip...
Reading student work allows
participants to compare their
observations with those of the
author.
Student examples are ofte...
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REFLECT ON THE
LEARNING PROCESS
CREATE A PIECE OF
WRITING
SHARE FEEDBACK
ON VIDEO AND
STUDENT SAMPLES
Courses offer...
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SLIDE SHOWS
CLASSROOM CHART
IDEAS
PRINTABLE LESSON-
PLANNING MATERIALS
Courses are enriched with tools
and visuals ...
Courses include readings and
feedback from Heinemann
authors and other leading
educators.
A “Wrap-Up” at the end of each
s...
TRIAL COURSE
Session 1 of Mary Ehrenworth’s course
Harnessing the Common Core is available
as a free 14-day trial.
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Mary Ehrenworth
Harnessing the Common Core Standards GRADES K–12
Implement Common Core with Confidence
Meet the challenges...
Steven Leinwand
Making Math Far More Accessible to Our Students GRADES K–12
Math Instruction Demystified
Steve Leinwand st...
Jennifer Serravallo
Teaching Reading in Small Groups GRADES 1–6
Assess Confidently, Teach Powerfully
It is possible to ass...
Debbie Miller and Samantha Bennett
Kids with Grit GRADES K–5
The Nitty-Gritty of Nurturing Resilient Readers
What are the ...
Teaching Writing More Effectively Isn’t Magic
If you’re just getting started with writing workshop,
Stephanie Parsons’ cou...
Kathy Collins
Writing About Their Reading GRADES 1–5
Deeper Comprehension Begins with Their Pencils
Kathy presents a visio...
Linda Hoyt and Tony Stead
Strategies for Teaching Nonfiction Writing
GRADES K–2 and GRADES 3–5
Real Strategies for Teachin...
Reel In Reluctant Readers
Looking for powerful ways to reach reluctant readers?
Let literacy experts Sam Bennett and Cris ...
REPORTING
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COURSE PROGRESS
COURSE RESPONSES
REFERENCE LIBRARY
VIEWS
CONTACT US
800.541.2086 x1100
digitalcampus@hei...
SELF-STUDY
Participants work at their own
pace and under their own
direction. Access to course is
granted for 120 days and...
Course completion grants participants
30 contact hours, or 3 CEUs.
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COURSES CEUs and Grad Credit
"I enjoyed the Dig...
REFERENCE LIBRARY
The Heinemann Digital
Campus Reference Library
provides unlimited access to
dozens of Heinemann
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...
REFERENCE LIBRARY
A sample of full-length books currently available in the Reference Library:
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Already Available
CO...
REFERENCE LIBRARY
A sample of upcoming Reference Library books:
25 32of
Available This Fall
CONTACT US
800.541.2086 x1100
...
REFERENCE LIBRARY
Articles covering key topics
affecting teachers today, written
by Heinemann authors and
expert educators...
REFERENCE LIBRARY
The Reference Library is
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Pricing and Additional Info
UPDATED REGULARLY WITH
FRESH CONTENT
SEARCH...
COMMUNITY FEATURES
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CONTACT US
800.541.2086 x1100
digitalcampus@heinemann.com
COURSE EXERCISES
COMMUNITY FORUMS
FAC...
OVERVIEW VIDEO
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CONTACT US
800.541.2086 x1100
digitalcampus@heinemann.com
Please visit
Heinemann.com/DigitalCampus
...
INFORMATIONAL WEBINARS
30 32of
CONTACT US
800.541.2086 x1100
digitalcampus@heinemann.com
Take a guided tour of the Digital...
MORE INFORMATION and PURCHASING
Heinemann.com/DigitalCampus
is the place to get more information
about the Digital Campus ...
THANK YOU!
Thank you for your interest in the
Heinemann Digital Campus.
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  1. 1. Welcome to the HEINEMANN DIGITAL CAMPUS 1 32of CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  2. 2. The Heinemann Digital Campus is a professional development resource for educators that takes the best of Heinemann’s trusted AUTHORS • Mary Ehrenworth • Cris Tovani • Steven Leinwand • Kathy Collins • Debbie Miller • Jennifer Serravallo TOPICS • Reading • Writing • CCSS • Comprehension • Math • Assessment BOOKS • Best Practice • Comprehension Going Forward • With Rigor For All • What’s the Big Idea? • Teaching Reading in Small Groups • Subjects Matter and makes them available to you online, 24/7. 2 of OVERVIEW CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com 32
  3. 3. The strength of Heinemann’s content, presented online with rich, interactive features makes the Digital Campus a powerful and cost-effective alternative to in-person PD. ANYTIME ANYWHERE FROM ANY COMPUTER OR iPAD 3 of OVERVIEW CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com 32
  4. 4. The Digital Campus website is divided into two distinct areas: COURSES REFERENCE LIBRARY The Digital Campus is an excellent addition to the Heinemann family of resources. I was able to plan my entire year of writing around the online course materials.” —Greg B., Phoenix, AZ 4 of OVERVIEW CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com 32
  5. 5. Courses are usually six intensive one- hour sessions. Continue on to see their powerful, dynamic features…. 5 32of COURSES What is a Digital Campus Course? CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com WRITTEN BY HEINEMANN AUTHORS RESEARCH-BASED AND INTERACTIVE ADDRESSES URGENT INSTRUCTIONAL NEEDS
  6. 6. STUDENT INTERVIEWS CLASSROOM DEMOS AUTHOR INTERVIEWS DISCUSSIONS WITH TEACHERS Professionally filmed and edited video clips captured in real classrooms, including 6 32of COURSES Features Video CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  7. 7. Reading student work allows participants to compare their observations with those of the author. Student examples are often shown in conjunction with video interviews of the student authors talking about their own work. 7 32of CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com COURSES Features Student Examples
  8. 8. 8 32of REFLECT ON THE LEARNING PROCESS CREATE A PIECE OF WRITING SHARE FEEDBACK ON VIDEO AND STUDENT SAMPLES Courses offer opportunities to In group studies, participants share their responses with the course facilitator and group colleagues. COURSES Features Reflect and Respond CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  9. 9. 9 32of SLIDE SHOWS CLASSROOM CHART IDEAS PRINTABLE LESSON- PLANNING MATERIALS Courses are enriched with tools and visuals like COURSES Features Charts and Visuals CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  10. 10. Courses include readings and feedback from Heinemann authors and other leading educators. A “Wrap-Up” at the end of each session offers book excerpts and other resources, exercises to boost learning, and strategies to try in the classroom. 10 32of COURSES Features Related Readings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  11. 11. TRIAL COURSE Session 1 of Mary Ehrenworth’s course Harnessing the Common Core is available as a free 14-day trial. 11 32of WANT TO GIVE ONE OF OUR COURSES A TRY? Trial info and sign-up is also available at Heinemann.com/DigitalCampus. CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  12. 12. Mary Ehrenworth Harnessing the Common Core Standards GRADES K–12 Implement Common Core with Confidence Meet the challenges of the Common Core with Mary Ehrenworth, coauthor of Pathways to the Common Core. This course shows how to move readers toward more complex texts and suggests what to do when they aren’t at CCSS levels. Learn how to revamp nonfiction research units and help writers compose the compelling arguments the standards ask for. 12 32of COURSES Current Offerings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  13. 13. Steven Leinwand Making Math Far More Accessible to Our Students GRADES K–12 Math Instruction Demystified Steve Leinwand strengthens teachers’ confidence and capacity to make K–8 math instruction far more effective. From engagement to best practices to differentiation, he helps maximize students’ understanding through language, alternative approaches to problem solving, and multiple representations. Then he ties everything together with ideas for effective lesson planning. 13 32of COURSES Current Offerings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  14. 14. Jennifer Serravallo Teaching Reading in Small Groups GRADES 1–6 Assess Confidently, Teach Powerfully It is possible to assess, plan, and teach small groups of readers to meet increasing demands and challenges, while still holding tight to the joy and love of literature. To think beyond guided reading, Jen Serravallo helps teachers learn to analyze student data in order to form small groups and discover a new repertoire for helping readers find increased skill and independence. 14 32of COURSES Current Offerings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  15. 15. Debbie Miller and Samantha Bennett Kids with Grit GRADES K–5 The Nitty-Gritty of Nurturing Resilient Readers What are the habits of readers with grit? Can we model them and even teach with grit? Debbie Miller and Sam Bennett share practices and structures that help students meet reading standards by looking beyond one school year and toward a lifetime of strong reading habits and academic success. 15 32of COURSES Current Offerings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  16. 16. Teaching Writing More Effectively Isn’t Magic If you’re just getting started with writing workshop, Stephanie Parsons’ course can help you understand it succinctly and deeply. Steph has vast experience with workshop, and her course helps you internalize its guiding principles, as well as see how nuts and bolts (such as curriculum and standards, daily planning, and assessment) fit together to boost learning. 16 32of Stephanie Parsons Introduction to Writing Workshop UPPER ELEMENTARY GRADES COURSES Current Offerings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  17. 17. Kathy Collins Writing About Their Reading GRADES 1–5 Deeper Comprehension Begins with Their Pencils Kathy presents a vision of writing about reading that helps you differentiate for everyone. She demonstrates how to use the reader’s notebook as a tool for evaluation. Then she shows how it helps readers deepen comprehension, increase engagement and agency, and ignite a passion for exploring the relationship between texts, themselves, and the world. 17 32of COURSES Current Offerings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  18. 18. Linda Hoyt and Tony Stead Strategies for Teaching Nonfiction Writing GRADES K–2 and GRADES 3–5 Real Strategies for Teaching Real-Life Writing Linda and Tony show how to help writers increase their output, elevate their craft, and express wonder about their world. They sharel brief, cross-curricular writing experiences and in-depth, interactive writing projects that model the writing process through collaborative and independent texts. 18 32of COURSES Current Offerings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  19. 19. Reel In Reluctant Readers Looking for powerful ways to reach reluctant readers? Let literacy experts Sam Bennett and Cris Tovani lengthen and strengthen your reach. Sam and Cris’ course explores ways to demolish disengagement, boost comprehension of increasingly sophisticated texts, and create meaningful summative assessments and grading practices. 19 32of Samantha Bennett and Cris Tovani Adolescent Reading Rx GRADES 6–12 COURSES Current Offerings CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  20. 20. REPORTING 20 32of COURSE PROGRESS COURSE RESPONSES REFERENCE LIBRARY VIEWS CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com Reporting features allow administrators and license managers to track participants’:
  21. 21. SELF-STUDY Participants work at their own pace and under their own direction. Access to course is granted for 120 days and begins on initial course log-in date. GROUP STUDY 21 32of COURSES Implementation Models and Pricing CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com Heinemann Facilitated The course is facilitated online by a Heinemann consultant. Access is granted for 120 days beginning on a pre- determined date. $299.00/participant Locally Facilitated The course is facilitated online by a local consultant. Access is granted for 120 days beginning on a pre- determined date. $279.00/participant$279.00/participant
  22. 22. Course completion grants participants 30 contact hours, or 3 CEUs. 22 32of COURSES CEUs and Grad Credit "I enjoyed the Digital Campus and found this to be a unique way of addressing professional development without taking teachers out of the classroom.“ —Carolyn P., Tempe, AZ Optional graduate credits are available through our Digital Campus university partners. CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  23. 23. REFERENCE LIBRARY The Heinemann Digital Campus Reference Library provides unlimited access to dozens of Heinemann 23 32of Overview instantly available through a web browser. FULL-LENGTH BOOKS ARTICLES VIDEOS CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  24. 24. REFERENCE LIBRARY A sample of full-length books currently available in the Reference Library: 24 32of Already Available CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  25. 25. REFERENCE LIBRARY A sample of upcoming Reference Library books: 25 32of Available This Fall CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  26. 26. REFERENCE LIBRARY Articles covering key topics affecting teachers today, written by Heinemann authors and expert educators, including 26 32of Articles • KYLENE BEERS & BOB PROBST • JENNIFER SERRAVALLO • THOMAS NEWKIRK • MICHAEL OPITZ • GRETCHEN OWOCKI CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  27. 27. REFERENCE LIBRARY The Reference Library is 27 32of Pricing and Additional Info UPDATED REGULARLY WITH FRESH CONTENT SEARCHABLE BY TOPIC, AUTHOR, AND GRADE LEVEL AVAILABLE FOR AN INTRODUCTORY PRICE OF $39.95 FOR A ONE-YEAR SUBSCRIPTION CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  28. 28. COMMUNITY FEATURES 28 32of CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com COURSE EXERCISES COMMUNITY FORUMS FACILITATED COURSE DISCUSSIONS MESSAGING REFERENCE LIBRARY DISCUSSIONS Coming in Fall 2013:
  29. 29. OVERVIEW VIDEO 29 32of CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com Please visit Heinemann.com/DigitalCampus to watch a short video overview about the Digital Campus.
  30. 30. INFORMATIONAL WEBINARS 30 32of CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com Take a guided tour of the Digital Campus. Please visit Heinemann.com/DigitalCampus to sign up for the next Digital Campus informational webinar.
  31. 31. MORE INFORMATION and PURCHASING Heinemann.com/DigitalCampus is the place to get more information about the Digital Campus and to purchase courses and Reference Library subscriptions. 31 32of CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com
  32. 32. THANK YOU! Thank you for your interest in the Heinemann Digital Campus. 32 32of For any questions, please contact Hannah Barr and Chelsea Kenyon, your Digital Campus Customer Support Team: 1-800-541-2086 ext. 1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com CONTACT US 800.541.2086 x1100 digitalcampus@heinemann.com

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