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We work with schools and districts to customize an implementation and ongoing support plan.
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Welcome to the Voyager Sopris Learning Resource Center. Use the filters above to find complimentary webinars, white papers, efficacy reports, and much more.
Learn what schools are doing across the country to maximize the strengths and minimize the weaknesses of technology in the classroom.
Learn strategies for teaching fluency in critical math facts that make solving complex math problems less challenging and more automatic.
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.
Learn about collaboration with state DOEs that helps educators nationwide implement best practices in teaching reading and spelling.
Learn ways to pair your everyday practice with targeted instructional tactics to promote accuracy and speed and find new ways to help your students become exceptional readers.
This innovative, research-based program embodies and applies the ideas taught in LETRS—the theoretical models, research-based teaching principles, language concepts, and instructional routines and activities.
Dr. Louisa Moats looks at increasing comprehension with a text-driven instructional approach versus a strategy approach. She explores how educators can identify challenging language in text that may keep students with limited language proficiency from becoming successful readers.
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.
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