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This webinar focuses on strategies and interventions that help struggling learners at all stages of reading: before reading a passage, during passage reading, and after completing the passage.
Explore ways to increase teacher expertise in mathematics and prepare now for the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
Vmath teacher, Melanie Newton, says of her elementary students, “I see them actually learning and they’re actually applying it and remembering it. They’re liking math now. They feel like they can do it.”
John Williams School Number 5 began implementing Step Up to Writing Fourth Edition school-wide in order to meet rigorous writing standards and help every student, at every skill level, learn to write thoughtful and organized compositions
Hear how Springfield Elementary School has increased the number of students reading at or above grade level more rapidly than any other school in the district.
After implementing LANGUAGE! Live and LETRS, Knox County Schools was recognized for their outstanding achievement.
Middle school students in Round Rock, Texas experience significant gains after adopting the LANGUAGE! Live program.
Provides age-appropriate strategies that are scaffolded and differentiated for the emergent reader. It provides foundational strategies—like naming and writing the alphabet—to more advanced skills, such as writing research reports.
Three to four years later, students’ writing skills were assessed, and the mean scores on state standardized tests continued to improve. Teachers indicate writing workshops are valuable and writing strategies are easy to incorporate.