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Learn how balancing foundational skills and more advanced literacy skills improves decoding, spelling, grammar, comprehension, vocabulary, and writing.
Learn engaging, hands-on, multisensory strategies for teaching three types of writing outlined in the CCSS—explanatory/informative, narrative, and opinion/argumentative.
Learn about the need for a range of research-based assessments that capture student progress in mathematics in order to meet today's rigorous expectations.
Middle school students in Round Rock, Texas experience significant gains after adopting the LANGUAGE! Live program.
Learn to provide continuity of instructional practice and activity across tiers to help all students address the demands of the CCSS and its accompanying assessments.
Learn to assess and build a positive, inclusive school culture that is academically effective, achieve success with behaviorally resistant students, and collaborate with families to make the school safe and inclusive for all students.
Defy the stereotypes and see students for their potential, not their inability to read; let’s empower each teacher to change lives; let’s recognize each district for its ability to build a better literacy program.
The videos in this playlist offer a sample of the engaging peer-to-peer lessons and other age-appropriate content found in LANGUAGE! Live.
Explore classroom management strategies proven effective in early learning environments. Changes in classroom management, teaching, and student practice are necessary to ensure your youngest students meet rigorous state and national standards. Dr. Gibson will offer suggestions for adjusting schedules to include small-group differentiated instruction and collaborative practice, using a rotation chart to guide students through activities and create a predictable order, and developing routines for in-school and homework assignments.