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Simple Strategies to Help Struggling Readers Achieve Grade-Level Success
Posted on November 15, 2018
  • Michelle Easley
Tags
  • reading
  • Reading Intervention

Only one-third of American students entering high school are proficient in reading (National Assessment of Educational Progress). Many students lack the basic, foundational reading skills necessary to be successful academically.

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What if All Students Were Proficient in Mathematics?
Posted on November 1, 2018
  • John Woodward
Tags
  • Algebra
  • Math
  • Math Intervention

There is a common tendency today to link higher math standards for our students with the kind of achievement we see in other countries. A complementary thread is to link high standards in math to the broad trends in our ever-changing, information economy. By implication, we need to ensure all students are proficient in this discipline.

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The Artist Behind #IAmMore: An Interview with Julian Gaines
Posted on October 25, 2018
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Tags
  • #IAmMore
  • LANGUAGE Live
  • Literacy

Two weeks ago, we shared Part One of our inspiring conversation with Julian Gaines is a globally recognized artist whose work is unique, inspiring, and embodies what it is to be MORE. Here is Part Two.

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Narrative Writing: There’s More to the Story
Posted on October 18, 2018
  • Jenny Hamilton
Tags
  • Step Up to Writing
  • Writing

Once upon a time, students engaged in creative writing. In fact, creative writing constituted the bulk of the writing students generated. The educational pendulum rarely finding balance has now swung wholeheartedly to expository writing, often completely shunning narrative writing instruction.

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The Artist Behind #IAmMore: An Interview with Julian Gaines
Posted on October 9, 2018
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Tags
  • IAmMore
  • LANGUAGE Live
  • Literacy

Because of his work and belief in the potential in every child, Voyager Sopris Learning commissioned Julian to create our signature #IAmMore graphics, which have been the focal point of the movement and campaign designed to give teachers and students a voice and share their stories of what makes them more than meets the eye.

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It’s Dyslexia: What’s a Teacher to Do?
Posted on October 4, 2018
  • Dr. Louisa Moats
Tags
  • Dyslexia
  • Literacy
  • Reading Intervention

Dyslexia is the most common type of developmental reading disability and one of the most studied of all learning disorders. Advocates have successfully pushed more than 40 states to adopt rules and guidelines for the identification and treatment of dyslexia. Given prevalence estimates of about 5 percent to 17 percent of all students, one or two who merit this descriptor are likely to be in every classroom. Thus, every teacher should be familiar with the nature of the disorder and how to teach children who are affected by it.

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