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Increasing Early Literacy Outcomes Through an Assessment Audit
Posted on Oct 10, 2019
  • Stephanie Stollar
Tags
  • Acadience
  • Assessment
  • DIBELS
Increasing Early Literacy Outcomes Through an Assessment Audit

If your district has been adding assessments year after year, but you still cannot quickly answer key questions about reading outcomes, it might be time to conduct an assessment audit. Learn more about what an audit is, and how it can benefit your district.

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It’s Testing Time Again: Help Students Prepare for Benchmark Assessments
Posted on Oct 2, 2019
  • Therese Pickett
Tags
  • Acadience
  • Assessment
  • Literacy
It’s Testing Time Again: Help Students Prepare for Benchmark Assessments

We have gathered some tried-and-true strategies for preparing for high-stakes assessments that can be easily incorporated into any school setting.

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Literacy Symposium 2019: Where Experts and Practitioners Partner for Classroom Success . . . Pajamas & Popcorn Optional
Posted on Sep 19, 2019
  • Carol Tolman
Tags
  • Literacy Symposium
Literacy Symposium 2019: Where Experts and Practitioners Partner for Classroom Success . . . Pajamas & Popcorn Optional

Each summer, Drs. Louisa Moats and Carol Tolman invite distinguished national and international speakers to address current topics in the field of education, with a twofold goal: improve educators’ expertise and bridge the gap in research to practice. Here are the 2019 highlights.

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Summer Learning: For Students Only? Part Two
Posted on May 29, 2019
  • Cortnie Gurren
Tags
  • Professional Development
  • summer
Summer Learning: For Students Only? Part Two

You can’t keep your brain from counting the days until you have to return to work. You are wondering what you will be asked to do upon your return. This leads us to the next steps in our summer essential learning.

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Early Childhood Literacy: Summer Learning Disguised as Fun
Posted on May 22, 2019
  • Lucy Hart Paulson
Tags
  • Early Childhood
  • Literacy
  • summer
Early Childhood Literacy: Summer Learning Disguised as Fun

Summer is coming and it’s time for play. Keep literacy learning a part of each day! Word play is fun and easy to do. Think of the words for the things around you.

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Summer Learning: For Students Only?
Posted on May 16, 2019
  • Cortnie Gurren
Summer Learning: For Students Only?

Do teachers experience the same slide during the summer months when not teaching every day? Here are some ways we can avoid our own summer slide.

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