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02/23/24

How to Boost Fluency and Vocabulary in a Spanish-and-English Speaking Classroom

Five strategies to foster an environment that enhances fluency and expands vocabulary across multiple languages, such as English and Spanish.  (continue reading)
02/05/24

How Saxon Phonics and Spelling Supports K-2 Students with Dyslexia

Saxon Phonics and Spelling K–2 provides systematic, explicit, incremental, and cumulative instruction with application and continual review with foundational literacy skills that benefit all learners, particularly those students with dyslexia.  (continue reading)
01/31/24

3 Tips for Selecting Students for Reading Groups

Selecting students for small-group reading instruction is a critical decision that requires a thoughtful and data-driven approach.  (continue reading)
01/18/24

Why the Writing Workshop is More Important Now Than Ever

The writing workshop is an opportunity to ensure every student feels safe and welcomed into your classroom community and empowers students by inviting them to be all-in on learning.  (continue reading)
01/02/24

Understanding the Pillars of Literacy and Saxon Phonics

Saxon Phonics and Spelling primarily focuses on teaching phonemic awareness, phonics, and fluency while building children’s decoding skills.  (continue reading)
12/29/23

Record-Keeping System Ideas for Writing Teachers

Record-keeping systems allow you to consolidate data, study individual progress, track the frequency with which you meet with students, and easily access and update your data across time.  (continue reading)
12/26/23

6 New Tools to Introduce into Your Classroom Writing Center

Here are six tools you can slowly introduce into your classroom writing center to support student independence.  (continue reading)
12/05/23

What Are the Benefits of Guided Reading for Students in Grades K-6?

Guided reading nurtures strong readers and plays a pivotal role in helping young learners become confident and capable readers.  (continue reading)
12/01/23

5 Tips for a Powerful Small-Group Reading Lesson

Small-group reading lessons have the potential to transform students into confident and skilled readers.  (continue reading)
04/30/18

Why Not Teach Whole-Class Novels the Way They've Always Been Taught?

When teaching whole-class novels, Roberts continually asks two questions to determine if her teaching practice truly has students' interests in mind:  (continue reading)

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