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The ‘Write Stuff’ for Young Writers: The Picture Story/Word Story Strategy
Posted on Jan 9, 2020
  • Jenny Minter
Tags
  • Early Childhood
  • LETRS
  • Writing
The ‘Write Stuff’ for Young Writers: The Picture Story/Word Story Strategy

Rather than writing like an adult, children should be encouraged to write at their developmental level. When this happens, children feel more empowered to take risks and experiment with written language.

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Our Best Blogs, Webinars, and Podcasts of 2019…It’s Been a Great Year!
Posted on Dec 20, 2019
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Our Best Blogs, Webinars, and Podcasts of 2019…It’s Been a Great Year!

Our year-end recap of our best blogs, webinars, and podcasts—as determined by you—for 2019.

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A Very Wise Decision, Investing in PreK Education
Posted on Dec 4, 2019
  • Lucy Hart Paulson
Tags
  • Early Childhood
  • Early Literacy
  • prek
A Very Wise Decision, Investing in PreK Education

Children first need our guidance to build a foundation that then can be deepened with play exploration. So how about playful instruction with planful play guiding our preK implementation?

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Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: The Rewards of Advanced Decoding and Vocabulary Instruction
Posted on Nov 13, 2019
  • Pam Austin
Tags
  • Literacy
  • Reading Intervention
  • Vocabulary
Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: The Rewards of Advanced Decoding and Vocabulary Instruction

A short-term intervention like REWARDS can provide long-term effects building student confidence as they warm up to the idea of “reading to learn.” Take a look into why such an intervention would be positively impactful.

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Spooky Shadows, Socrates, and the Science of Reading: Part Two
Posted on Nov 13, 2019
  • Amanda Morgan
Tags
  • Literacy
  • Reading Intervention
Spooky Shadows, Socrates, and the Science of Reading: Part Two

The science of reading is irrefutable and can light our path. There is no room for escapism or egotism in education, especially when we are dealing with the mind and future of a child. Taking time to evaluate where we are as teachers of reading is key to taking the next step in our journey to sound literacy instruction.

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Spooky Shadows, Socrates, and the Science of Reading: Part One
Posted on Oct 29, 2019
  • Amanda Morgan
Tags
  • Literacy
  • Reading Intervention
Spooky Shadows, Socrates, and the Science of Reading: Part One

The science of reading is irrefutable and can light our path. There is no room for escapism or egotism in education, especially when we are dealing with the mind and future of a child. Taking time to evaluate where we are as teachers of reading is key to taking the next step in our journey to sound literacy instruction.

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