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That’s a Wrap: Our Most Popular Spring Blogs, Fall Poll, and More!

by Voyager Sopris Learning on Jun 6, 2019


For educators across the country, another school year has come to a close (or is about to) and it’s time to reflect on all you’ve accomplished in the 2018–2019 school year.

For new teachers, it may be a relief to know you made it through your first year, and a time to consider what you learned, how your fellow teachers helped and inspired you, and what you’d like to do differently in the fall.

For veteran educators, it may be a time to refresh, recharge, regroup, and consider all the young learners you’ve had an impact upon throughout the years.



Summer also is a great time for new and experienced educators to participate in our 2019 Literacy Symposium, a one-of-a-kind professional development experience, completely online. Put your summer to productive use and register now for the July 8–9 event.


For us at Voyager Sopris Learning®, it’s the time when our Spring Blog and Webinar Series takes a summer break, as well. We’re using the time to reflect on what worked and what you would like to see when we resume in the fall.

Looking back on the last few months, it’s clear our top blog and webinars are by respected literacy expert Dr. Louisa Moats. You can see what made our most-read blog, “Hard Words: A Webinar to Discuss What Teachers Need to Know About Teaching Reading...and How to Acquire that Knowledge,” so compelling. Take a look! Also, register and watch the webinar at your convenience.

A close runner up in popularity is “The Diagnostic-Prescriptive Reading Teacher and Foundational Reading Skills” by Marilyn Sprick, lead author of Read Well K–2. Check it out and see how relevant and applicable this blog can be to your literacy teaching.


As we plan our fall 2019 calendar of blogs and webinars, we can assume from data collected during the past few months that literacy teaching and professional development are key topics of interest, and we will continue to share the expertise of the most respected thought leaders when summer comes to a close. However, we’d like to hear from you about topics and issues you’d find useful. Please give us your input here and help us offer even more useful content—at no charge—to help you be the best educator possible. There are a few short questions when you visit this link. It will take less than five minutes to participate.

Thank you for watching and reading during the last few months, and for helping us create an even better fall 2019. Enjoy the summer break—you deserve it!

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