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How do we get students to understand and retain the concepts we are teaching? And, how can you incorporate research-based writing strategies into your current instruction?
It's not too late to bring the expertise of this year's Literacy Symposium into your school or classroom! This year's speakers covered a wide range of relevant topics, including dyslexia laws, common core state standards, English language learners (ELL), teaching writing, LETRS literacy professional development, and so much more. Sign up now to have access to this content for the rest of the school year.
It's a new school year and we're happy to launch our Fall blog series, which will focus on timely topics of interest to educators. This Fall, we'll share valuable information on the #IAmMore movement, ESSA, teaching struggling students (including dyslexia) as well as other teaching and learning subjects. Be sure to watch for our Fall Webinar series also, launching next month.
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
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.
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.