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Join The #IAmMore Movement Through These Special Projects, Ideas, & Moments!
Posted on Aug 17, 2018
  • Shannon Miller
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  • iammore
  • llive
Join The #IAmMore Movement Through These Special Projects, Ideas, & Moments!

To make it easy for you to integrate #IAmMore into your class, blogger Shannon Miller has included a sample lesson plan for an #IAmMore Activity

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Happy Summer!
Posted on Jun 13, 2018
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Happy Summer!

Our Spring Blog Series is now complete. Please join us for our Fall Blog Series, which begins in September. We'll explore timely topics, teaching and learning challenges and solutions, and more.

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The Challenges of Teaching Literacy
Posted on May 29, 2018
  • Carrie Doom
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  • Literacy
  • literacy symposium
The Challenges of Teaching Literacy

In the scope of a school year, it’s difficult to fill the cups of educators to support and refine knowledge of teaching literacy. Still, professionals require professional development.

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Why the Quality of Literacy PD Makes All the Difference
Posted on May 23, 2018
  • Carol Tolman
Why the Quality of Literacy PD Makes All the Difference

By developing teacher expertise through high-quality literacy professional development, teachers enhance their ability to reach all students.

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Screens Here, Screens There, Screens, Screens, Everywhere!
Posted on May 17, 2018
  • Lucy Hart Paulson
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  • Literacy
Screens Here, Screens There, Screens, Screens, Everywhere!

Most likely, you are reading this on a screen as opposed to a printed hard copy. Our use of screen-based media with smart phones, tablets, computers, televisions, DVDs, and screen-based games has increased significantly for us, as adults, and for our children.

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The Talking Classroom: Building a Bridge to Social-Emotional and Academic Success
Posted on May 9, 2018
  • Judi Dodson
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  • Literacy
The Talking Classroom: Building a Bridge to Social-Emotional and Academic Success

Language has an important impact on our lives. Positive language lifts us up, while negative language can hurt.

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