It’s That Time of Year

Posted by Voyager Sopris Learning on Sep 5, 2018

Tags
  • #IAmMore
  • Dyslexia
  • ELL
  • ESSA
  • literacy symposium
  • Writing
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It’s that time again…a time to celebrate the last days of summer as we prepare for a new school year and all the potential it brings. For some, the school year already is underway. For others, you may be knee deep in back-to-school preparations and all the fun that is involved—from getting new school supplies and clothes to new curriculum to welcoming new colleagues. It is a time of anticipation as we look forward to discovering the possibilities within every student.

At Voyager Sopris Learning®, it is time for us to kick off our blog series for the new school year. Together, we will explore the latest trends in education and the most promising strategies and tips that help teachers maximize their time with students in the classroom. 

We are particularly excited about this new blog series because we will be sharing information about the recently launched #IAmMore movement. We’ll share information about the movement, which includes a contest with exciting prizes. Join the movement now and keep up with all the excitement this fall by following #IAmMore on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. We encourage you to post photos, using #IAmMore.

Blogs this fall will also explore topics like:

  • Evidence of ESSA
  • What You Missed at the 2018 Literacy Symposium
  • Equity in the Classroom
  • Writing Strategies
  • Dyslexia and IDA Practice Standards

And more!

We also are launching our 2018–2019 webinar series in September, which will focus on timely topics such as strategies for teaching students with dyslexia, supporting ELL, social emotional learning, as well as subjects related to math, literacy, and professional development.

Join us on social media as we celebrate successes, collaborate with friends, and stay connected to all the exciting changes happening in the world of K–12 education. You can find us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter.

We invite you to work with us in our efforts to support you in your classrooms, schools, and broader communities. Tell us what you would like to see in future blogs and webinars. We are always seeking great ideas and topics to tackle and who better to give us those ideas than our readers.

Together, let’s make the 2018–2019 school year the best yet.

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