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Collaborative Circle gathers the very best of our blog and professional learning content. It embodies our commitment to support and empower educators everywhere.

Featured Articles:

An Interview with Nadine Kaadan

The Use of Pseudowords: The Importance of Being Earnest About the Science of Reading

How a Teacher Scholarship for SIPPS Helped Accelerate a Struggling Reader

Paul Revere Innovation School: Targeting Foundational Skills to Improve Reading

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Featured Articles:

An Interview with Dr. Marco Bravo: Supporting English Learners in the Classroom

Remembering Dr. Eric Schaps, 1942–2021

Coaching—Anytime, From Anywhere— Empowers Teachers

Inclusive, Authentic Children’s Literature in the Classroom: Ten Best Practices for Educators

Phonological and Phonemic Awareness: How Do We Bridge Research to Practice?

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Featured Articles:

SEL Essentials for Beginning the School Year—and Beyond

Data-informed Practices for Foundational Skills Instruction: Our Top Five Practices

Author’s Chair: An Interview with Juana Martinez-Neal

Facing the Shadows, Moving Toward Grace: Best Practices for Equity in Writing Instruction

Introducing Being a Reader, Second Edition: A Conversation with Valerie Fraser

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Featured Articles:

Acceleration of Learning: What Do Our Students Need Now?

A Conversation About the Science of Reading and Early Reading Instruction with Dr. Louisa Moats

A Conversation About Instructional Equity with Zaretta Hammond

SEL Essentials: Prosocial Skills—Anchors in a Storm

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Featured Articles:

Our Approach to Teaching Reading

Author’s Chair: An Interview with Saadia Faruqi

The Settled Science of Teaching Reading – Part 1

Key Points of Effective Intervention in Reading

Our Approach to Teaching Writing

Growing Children into Kind and Responsible Adults

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Featured Articles:

A Moral Imperative: Social and Emotional Learning

Author’s Chair: An Interview with Children’s Book Author and Poet Eloise Greenfield

Is There a Right Way to Teach Reading?

Deconstructing Discipline

The Hard Work Before the Pencil Hits the Paper: Writing About Reading

What Is an Educative Curriculum?

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