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Lauren Audet

Recent Posts:

How is Jennifer Serravallo's Complete Comprehension Different From Independent Reading Assessment?

While a whole book assessment is still a part of Complete Comprehension as it was IRA, there are numerous updates and improvements worth noting.  (continue reading)

Download The Overview and Correlation Guides for Jennifer Serravallo's Complete Comprehension

Complete Comprehension operationalizes top-quality, peer-reviewed research and aligns with national and state standards of learning. Here's your access to all of the details.  (continue reading)

An Update to our Copyright Language

To honor our commitment to protect our authors’ voices and expertise, we are therefore updating the copyright pages of our books and products to include the following:  (continue reading)

Are Books a Line Item in Your Budget?

Developing lifelong reading begins with books and we, as educators, have the power to make a school’s book supply seem endless in the eyes of its readers.  (continue reading)

5 Tips to Reduce Any Pre-Conference Anxiety

I know that evaluation is stressful and it’s hard not to feel like being judged. Five tips to focus your pre-conference, pre-observed lesson energies.  (continue reading)

Perusing The Farmers' Market Like a Scientist

Farmers’ Markets are resplendent with opportunities to see the crosscutting concepts. To get you thinking about the crosscutting concepts in books related to food systems and Farmers’ Markets, here’s a start...  (continue reading)

When It Comes to Assessing Readers, It's All About the Books!

We can all agree that in the life of a reader, the right book at the right time makes all the difference. But how do we know which book? What time is the right time? How do we assess both a reader’s growth and identity? How do we fit it all in?  (continue reading)

Susan Engel on The Children You Teach

To be a good teacher, you need to be smart, energetic, and knowledgeable, and you need to really like kids. But that’s not enough.  (continue reading)

5 Ways to Increase Book Access Using Bookrooms at the Beginning of the School Year

Here are a few ways literacy leaders can help support classroom teachers at the beginning of the school year.  (continue reading)

Encouraging Mathematical Confidence

There is a pervasive belief in our culture that being good at math is an innate ability. As teachers, we need to reinforce a growth mindset in our students. Here's where you can start...  (continue reading)

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