The Complete Stenhouse Collection

The Complete Stenhouse Collection

Watch more than 70 hours of quality professional development from master teachers-Gail Boushey and Joan Moser (The 2 Sisters), Debbie Diller, Ralph Fletcher and JoAnn Portalupi, Kelly Gallagher, Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis, Debbie Miller, Cris Tovani, and others-in real moments in real classrooms. Grounded in sound theory and research and informed by years of experience in the classroom, our videos share practical strategies, inspirational ideas, student work and dialogue, and stories from the classroom-both successes and failures.

61 videos | 70+ hours

1 year subscription = $4,578  SAVE $1,962
3 year subscription = $10,682  SAVE $8,938

All pricing on this page is for a single school. Discounts available for multi-school purchases.

Dude! Listen to This!

Explore the world of boys and writing as Ralph meets with a group of boys who have given up recess time each week to meet and talk about their writing.

45 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
A Day of Words

Watch as Max Brand demonstrates how to help students become students who search for, study, and celebrate words by noting new vocabulary in every curricular area. (3–6)

75 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Academic Literacy

Learn how practice in academic writing, ongoing guided discussions, mastery of literacy and technical terms, and peer mentoring help students acquire the literacy skills they need to succeed in college and beyond. (6–12)

40 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Article of the Week

See how Kelly uses Article of the Week to close the gaps in his students’ education and provide them with the background knowledge that is the foundation for critical reading. (6–12)

15 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Bridges to Independence

Take an in-depth look at what happens before, during, and after guided reading—accessing students’ prior knowledge, overcoming text challenges, sharing and reflecting, and determining comprehension. (K–3)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Bringing Reading to Life

Learn how to help students grapple with increasingly difficult texts through carefully structured reading groups, brief whole-class lessons, extended discussions, and individual reading. (3–6)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Building Adolescent Readers

Discover how to engage students with a variety of difficult novels and texts, helping them develop the skills and behaviors of lifelong readers. (6–12)

90 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Strategy Instruction in Action

Watch as explicit reading comprehension instruction unfolds, as teachers model thinking and give students time to practice the strategies proficient readers use to make sense of text. (K–8)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Collaborative Conferences

Learn how collaborative conferences allow teachers to pool knowledge and engage in focused dialogues designed to improve students’ writing. (K–6)

12 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Comprehending Content

Discover how Cris covers more content, makes instruction more relevant, and helps students acquire the reading skills they need to succeed on tests and beyond. (6–12)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Conferring with Boys

Discover the key elements of successful conferences with boys—allowing plenty of wait time, homing in on a specific text, and discussing the reading and writing strategies the student is using. (3–6)

10 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Developing Independent Learners

Explore how building connections between reading and writing workshop promotes independent learning and encourages lifelong reading and writing habits. (K–3)

60 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Editing Invitations

Watch as Jeff demonstrates how to link grammar instruction to writer’s craft by using a warm-up activity that helps students pay close attention to mechanics, style, and craft. (4–8)

15 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Fact Finders!

Watch as Patrick demonstrates comprehension strategies (determining importance in text, inferring, synthesizing, and more) during nonfiction think-aloud. (3–5)

35 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Fluency Rubric

Watch Debbie show students how to use a fluency rubric to self-assess and score their own fluency on a four-step scale. (3–5)

12 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Focus on Spelling

Learn how to instill purposeful, smart spelling instruction—learning words, exploring sounds, investigating letters and spelling patterns, and discovering generalizations—that is efficient and developmentally appropriate. (K–8)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Go Figure!

See number sense routines in action as Jessica and three other teachers engage students in these quick yet numerically rich experiences that, over time, help build a strong foundation for understanding mathematics. (K–5)

100 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Good-Fit Books

See “The 2 Sisters” model how to select appropriate books for Daily 5 book box. (K–5)

15 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Happy Reading!

Watch as Debbie demonstrates how to sustain a thoughtful primary reading program that challenges and supports readers of all abilities and needs. (K–3)

90 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
How Can I Support You?

Learn how to approach writing conferences from a place of inquiry by listening to students’ ideas, praising them for their successes, and asking questions to more clearly understand how to offer support. (3–5)

43 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
How Did You Solve That?

Learn the specifics of facilitating small-group math meetings, including assessing students’ mathematical understandings, grouping students, encouraging student talk, choosing problems, and more. (K–3)

88 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Improving Adolescent Writers

Join Kelly as he demonstrates the habits and skills of a good writer through a variety of methods—modeling, mid-process assessment, small-group conferring, and identification of real-world writing purposes. (4–12)

128 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
In the Beginning

Enjoy a close-up view of writing workshop that addresses conferring with young writers, teaching skills in context, tools for record-keeping, publishing, and the role of the audience. (K–2)

30 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Inside Notebooks

Explore how writer’s notebooks allow students to brainstorm ideas, test strategies, craft writing, and draft, revise, and edit. (3–6)

70 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Inside Reading and Writing Workshops

Look at the mini-lessons and conferences that occur during reading and writing workshops with a diverse group of students. (K–3)

106 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Launching Literacy Stations

Watch as Debbie and two classroom teachers create a thriving stations program that builds academic and collaborative skills across the curriculum. (K–3)

102 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Literacy Attendance

Explore an alternative to traditional roll call by implementing a daily activity in which students share reading or writing activities from home. (K–5)

13 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Literature Groups All Year Long

Learn how to use teacher study groups to build a reflective, research-based community within a school. (3–6)

30 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Looking Into Literature Circles

Learn how to form and support literature circles, help students run their own discussions, involve parents, and more. (K–12)

15 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Making the Most of News Magazines

Discover the many curriculum extensions that are possible by using an assortment of new magazine texts in the classroom throughout the year. (3–5)

15 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Math Tools in Action: Anchor Charts

Watch as Marco leads a class through a lesson on building and decomposing an array, frequently referring to and updating an anchor chart. (1–5)

40 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Math Tools in Action: Journals

Discover how journals encourage students to clarify their thoughts while using challenging and precise math vocabulary. (1–5)

40 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Math Tools in Action: Manipulatives

Watch as Chris and her class learn about comparative size by exploring the dimensions of a variety of animals, using tape measures, linking chains, and number charts—tools that allow them to see the math. (1–5)

40 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Mentoring

Watch demonstrations and discussions of how to mentor new teachers successfully, including helping them successfully navigate their first year, holding pre- and post-conferences, observing, and more. (K–12)

50 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Moving Into Math Stations, K-2

Discover how to find the time and space for math stations, organize and manage manipulatives, move from whole-group lessons to station work, foster math talk, and more. (K–2)

84 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Organizing for Literacy

Learn how to create a culture of professionalism that can lead to dramatic gains in teacher efficacy and student achievement. (K–3)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Parent Leadership/In and Out of School

Foster family involvement and parent leadership in your school and discover the gains in student learning and performance when parents become invested in their child's education. (K–8)

55 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Read, Write, and Talk

Learn how the Read, Write, and Talk practice provides a framework for reading, merging thinking with information, recording thoughts, and talking about what has been read. (2–8)

30 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Reading the World

Watch as Stephanie and Anne respond to the needs of English language learners and integrate effective comprehension strategy instruction with content knowledge acquisition. (K–6)

96 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Results That Last

Find out how to implement an apprenticeship literacy model, including assessing student performance, mentoring teams of teachers, using literacy to promote schoolwide change, and embedding schoolwide professional development. (K–3)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Small Group Intervention

Watch as teachers work with a small group of students in a word study intervention that links reading and writing and explores word knowledge, word-solving, and guided practice. (3–6)

16 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Spotlight on Small Groups

Watch as Debbie leads two reading groups through a structured routine (introduction, guided practice, conferring, and check-in), demonstrating how to balance whole-group and differentiated instruction. (2–5)

58 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Stepping Up with Literacy Stations

Explore how to use literacy stations in grades three through six to provide reading and writing practice in the content areas and to support achievement. (3–6)

90 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Strategic Thinking

Watch as teachers focus on two essential reading strategies for intermediate and middle-grades students: inferring in fiction and determining importance in nonfiction. (4–8)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Talk to Me

Peek inside fourteen individual and five group conferences as Cris listens to and learns about her students and differentiates her instruction to meet their reading and writing needs.

115 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Talking About Writing

Watch as accomplished teachers model the essentials of conferring—active listening, knowing your writers, management, conquering predictable problems, and peer conferences. (3–5)

60 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Teacher Study Groups

Learn how to launch and sustain student-led literature discussions and better meet the needs of all of your students. (3–6)

22 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Teaching Apostrophes

Watch as Jeff Anderson uses mentor texts and playful strategies to engage writers in grammar and editing. (4–8)

15 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Craft of Grammar

Discover how to bring grammar and craft together meaningfully through lessons, individual conferences, small-group activities, and high-quality mentor texts. (4–8)

60 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Daily 5 Alive!

Watch how to launch three of the “Dailies”—Read to Self, Read to Someone, and Work on Writing. (K–5)

85 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Joy of Conferring

Focus in with Debbie as she conducts individual reading conferences with students whose needs range from decoding and comprehension to writing thoughtful responses. (K–3)

75 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Think Nonfiction!

Watch as nonfiction readers merge their thinking with information to learn, understand, and remember what they read. (K–6)

30 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
Think Small!

Learn how to form groups, organize for small-group instruction, write lesson plans, and support student independence. (K–2)

90 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Thoughtful Reading

Learn how to design small-group instruction, teach comprehension strategies, help students monitor their reading, and create tools that link, reading, writing, and thinking. (4–12)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Time for Nonfiction

Learn how literacy centers energize the classroom, discover how whole-class mini lessons integrate content with language process, and see some of the original ways students respond to nonfiction reading. (K–3)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Twenty Questions Homework

Watch as Kelly demonstrates a simple alternative to traditional high school homework assignments—students craft twenty questions as they read an assigned text, which then guide in-class discussions. (4–12)

10 Minutes
1-year:$ 15
3-year:$ 35
Up & Running with the Daily 5

Join Gail and Joan as they work with third- and fifth-grade teachers on launching the 10 Steps to Independence, differentiating tasks, modeling support strategies, demonstration brain-compatible lessons, and introducing Math Daily 3.

105 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
What Are You Thinking?

Discover how individual reading conferences help teachers differentiate instruction, connect with readers, monitor student progress, and encourage children to love reading. (3–5)

96 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
What is Visual Literacy?

Discover how to teach students to “read and write” with visual information, such as charts, maps, graphs, illustrations, timelines, and more. (K–6)

50 Minutes
1-year:$ 75
3-year:$ 175
When Students Write

Discover the practical components of establishing and implementing a successful writing workshop, including the importance of choice, the writer’s notebook, the writer’s conference, the role of literature, and more. (K–8)

120 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350
Writing with Mentors

Learn how to use children’s literature to teach informational and narrative writing, and watch master teachers in action as they demonstrate modeling, shared writing, whole-group and small-group lessons, reflection, and more. (K–6)

195 Minutes
1-year:$ 150
3-year:$ 350