The Joy of Watching My Granddaughters Move Through Ehri’s Word Reading Phases

Discover how Linnea Ehri's word reading phases can inform literacy instruction. Explore the stages of reading development in young learners.

Apr 12, 2024  |  By Kathy King-Dickman
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The Impact of Executive Function Skills on Literacy Learning: An Introduction

In this new series, we’ll explore the “Big Ten” executive function skills and investigate how students’ difficulties with these skills impact their literacy learning. The series will also discuss specific supports that can assist teachers and students with executive function strategies.

Apr 11, 2024  |  By Mandy Ubele
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Building Literacy Communities: Insights from Paul Revere Innovation School

Explore how Paul Revere Innovation School in Revere, Massachusetts is promoting teacher growth and student success through a strong learning community.

Apr 8, 2024  |  By Lenora Forsythe
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P.K. Yonge School Previews the New Being a Writer, Third Edition

P.K. Yonge School previews the new third edition of Being a Writer, implementing the writing curriculum with its 4th grade students.

Apr 5, 2024  |  By Sue Wilder & Linda Rourke
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Prospect Sierra School Previews the New Being a Writer, Third Edition

Prospect Sierra previews the new third edition of Being a Writer, implementing the writing curriculum with its 4th grade students.

Apr 3, 2024  |  By Stacey Abeyta & Linda Rourke
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How Austin Achieve AmeriCorps Is Serving Older Readers with SIPPS

Learn why Austin Achieve AmeriCorps uses SIPPS for small-group literacy instruction with older striving readers in grades 3–12.

Apr 1, 2024  |  By Jennifer Ackermann
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How North Rose-Wolcott Central School District Is Succeeding with SIPPS and Collaborative Literacy

Elementary principal Christie Graves of North Rose-Wolcott Central School District shares about the district's implementation of SIPPS and Collaborative Literacy.

Apr 1, 2024  |  By Valerie Michaels
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Navigating Year One: Tips for a Successful Curriculum Implementation Journey

In this interview Linda Rhyne provides advice to schools and districts who are in year one of their curriculum implementation.

Apr 1, 2024  |  By Katharine Bonasera & Keri Bartholomew
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How Amplifying the Curriculum Supports Multilingual Learners

Why it is necessary to abandon traditional ways of teaching multilingual learners? In this blog we unpack ways to intentionally amplify grade-level literacy curriculum for multilingual learners.

Mar 29, 2024  |  By Wendy Seger
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A Coach’s Perspective: How SIPPS Plus Supports Older Striving Readers

An instructional coach explains why SIPPS Plus is so successful with striving older readers who are unable to decode single-syllable words.

Mar 14, 2024  |  By Jennifer Rios Alers
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Getting Reading Right: Supporting California Educators in the Shift to Structured Literacy, with Leslie Zoroya of LACOE

How are California educators getting reading right? Leslie Zoroya of LACOE shares insights about leading literacy change.

Mar 8, 2024  |  By Rachel Solis
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Supporting Literacy Change in Our Largest Districts: An Interview with Dr. Nicole Mancini of the Council of the Great City Schools

Dr. Nicole Mancini of the Council of the Great City Schools talks about bringing the science of reading to our nation's largest districts.

Mar 6, 2024  |  By Kelly Stuart & Megan West
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Meet Kate Horst, Author of SEEDS of Learning™

Meet SEEDS of Learning author Kate Horst and learn the story behind this powerful, evidence-based coaching and training framework.

Feb 22, 2024
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How Being a Writer Is Developing Young Writers at Cary Reynolds Elementary in Georgia

Discover how Cary Reynolds Elementary School in Georgia is developing strong writers with the evidence-based Being a Writer program.

Feb 22, 2024  |  By Katharine Bonasera
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Fueling Literacy Growth: Williamson Elementary Succeeds with Collaborative Literacy and SIPPS

Principal Ellen Saxby and Interventionist Lauren Szklany of Williamson Elementary School share how Collaborative Literacy and SIPPS are fueling literacy growth.

Feb 22, 2024  |  By Valerie Michaels
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5 Ways to Build a Strong Writing Community

In this blog, a classroom teacher shares 5 easy-to-implement and evidence-based practices to strengthen your classroom writing community.

Feb 22, 2024  |  By Marine Freibrun
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Teaching Writing Conventions for Effective Communication

As we teach our students about the use of writing conventions, we might ask: What does an astute writer look like in today’s digital age?

Feb 20, 2024  |  By Jeremy Hyler
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Big Results in the Big Apple: Middle School ENL Teacher Desiree Torres on SIPPS

Read about a New York ENL teacher Desiree Torres's use of SIPPS with her middle school students.

Jan 17, 2024  |  By Vivett Dukes
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How a District-Tutoring-University Partnership Serves Striving Readers and Preservice Teachers with SIPPS

Read about an innovative, four-way literacy partnership between Orange County Public Schools, the Read2Succeed tutoring program, the University of Central Florida School of Teacher Education, and Collaborative Classroom.

Jan 16, 2024  |  By Tricia Bennett
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Expanding Impact from Birth through Grade 8: Why Collaborative Classroom and FluentSeeds Are Merging

In this interview, Collaborative Classroom and FluentSeeds leaders discuss how the merger will help us better serve educators and children.

Jan 8, 2024  |  By Kelly Stuart & Kate Horst
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