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Students in Grades K–3 need strong foundational skills in phonics, phonological awareness, fluency, and concepts of print to be able to read and comprehend texts.
Dr. Katherine McKnight presents how to build student English Language Arts achievement in Grades 4-8 with foundational building blocks.
Dr. Katherine McKnight presents how to build student English Language Arts achievement in Grades K−3 with foundational building blocks.
Learn a motivating approach to building literacy skills and content knowledge that engages students and enables teachers to cover more material.
In this presentation Sarah Ressler Wright provides easy ways to incorporate high school level vocabulary words used on SAT®/ACT® tests into your daily instruction.
Students are being asked to read and comprehend more and more complex text.
Reading and understanding complex text can be challenging for students. Close reading is a powerful instructional strategy that can increase students’ abilities to read, analyze, and synthesize, deepening their understanding.
Learn from literacy experts and distinguished authors Diane Lapp, Barbara Moss, Maria Grant, and Kelly Johnson as they share their knowledge and expertise on what close reading is, why it is so important, and how best to instruct your students.
Learn how to easily implement Sadlier's new virtual manipulatives into your existing math curriculum.
Learn how to jump-start rich student discourse and increase collaboration in K–8 math classrooms using conversation starters and meaningful questions.
Watch as Dr. Beverly Ann Chin presents sentence combining practices that will improve middle school students' sentence fluency and grammar.
In this presentation Sarah Ressler Wright presents strategies and hands-on activities for building vocabulary in Grades 1–5, keeping in mind all your students’ individual learning styles.
Learn five easy ways to enhance K–8 math instruction and reach contemporary learners using collaboration activities and digital applications.
Help students negotiate complex texts by including the eight essential elements of close reading into your lesson plans.
Discover a new approach to teaching phonics! Ellen Edmonds shares tools for developing your students’ foundational reading skills and increasing their motivation to read.
Master Teacher Erin Lynch shows you how to set up a 21st century classroom that creates an engaging environment to increase student productivity and encourage collaboration.
How to effectively use a multi-tiered system of support for math that includes planning, instruction, assessment, and data analysis to ensure all students reach or exceed math proficiency.
Diane Lapp, EdD; Maria C. Grant, EdD; and Kelly Johnson, PhD discuss how to improve middle school students’ content-area knowledge with close reading strategies and scaffolds.
Ellen Edmonds discusses effective instruction strategies that will make the difference for your Title I students in vocabulary development, grammar & writing, and close reading.
Dr. Beverly Ann Chin, author and past president of NCTE, presents how to effectively teach meaningful revision to improvestudents’ writing.
Learn how vocabulary acquisition is critical for meeting the levels of text complexity required by standards and for college and career readiness.
10 practical ideas you can immediately apply to successfully implement a blended learning model in your ELA and Math classrooms.
Sadlier's Vocabulary Workshop Interactive Edition is the web-based, digital version of the proven print Vocabulary Workshop program.
Learn why Vocab Gal loves the new Vocabulary Workshop Achieve so much and how she sets her students up for success on the SAT® and ACT® exams.
Learn why phonics instruction fails and how to overcome these obstacles to maximize student learning.
Dr. Matthew Beyranevand presents a vibrant and informative webinar on how to support growth mindset and encourage students to solve math problems multiple ways.
Discover the essential elements of close reading at this 2-part camp. You’ll learn how to help students analyze texts for deeper meaning by scaffolding your instruction.
Wiley Blevins will inspire your instruction and help increase student motivation and learning.
Math education expert, Ellen Edmonds, shows how to build fluency while improving engagement with Progress in Mathematics’ online games.
Discover how to help students build resilience and develop a growth mindset with math expert Dr. Matthew Beyranevand.
Dr. Beverly Ann Chin, author and past president of NCTE, presents grammar instruction that fosters competence and confidence in student writers.
Ellen Edmonds presents how active, engaging vocabulary instruction increases students’ vocabulary and improves their reading comprehension.
Dr. Beyranevand shares how to increase K-6 students’ perseverance, engagement, and success in math by nurturing a positive growth mindset.
Join this 3-Part Masterclass and integrate standards-aligned Mathematical Practices into daily instruction.
Master teacher, Ellen Edmonds, shows how to use small-group instruction to personalize math learning, provide timely feedback, and check understanding.
Wiley Blevins examines ways to address phonics learning gaps with print and digital resources for distance- or hybrid- learning settings.
Discover best practices for developing mathematically proficient K–6 students. Build a deeper understanding and help students make connections.
Sarah Ressler Wright presents how to expand students’ vocabulary knowledge and help them cultivate skills to be successful on the SAT and ACT exams.
Diane Lapp, Maria Grant and Kelly Johnson present the elements of close reading and how to scaffold your instruction to help students analyze texts.
Join Dr. Matthew Beyranevand at this on-demand masterclass to actualize the fundamentals of a stellar math program.
Discover best practices for checking in on students’ math progress and strategies to meet their needs in your daily math instruction.
Discover engaging, proven practices for making vocabulary stick for high school students from master teacher, Ellen Edmonds.
How do you achieve your goal of building early readers? Early literacy expert Wiley Blevins is here to help.
Discover how to use Sadlier Math + Full Access to assess skill levels and prescribe targeted resources.
See how Progress in Math + Full Access will help close students’ learning gaps by assessing their skill levels & prescribing targeted resources.
How do you teach middle and high school students to be better writers? Model, model, model!
Join Vicki Jacobs and Ellen Edmonds to learn why effective vocabulary instruction is important for increasing student learning.
Dr. Matthew Beyranevand shares effective on-level teaching strategies to support K–6 students who are struggling in math.
Loren Breland helps you fine-tune your vocabulary lessons to get high school students noticing, understanding, and using new words.
Wiley Blevins shows how to implement high-impact phonics instruction using decodable texts and differentiated instruction.
See Wiley Blevins’s Interactive Practice Bundle, and watch your students independently develop decoding, encoding, and reading comprehension skills.
Ellen Edmonds shares practical ways for teachers to apply grammar instruction to writing in Grade3–5.
Ellen Edmonds shares practical ways for teachers to apply grammar instruction to writing in Grade 6–12
Alyssa Roberts shares ways to encourage Gr. 6–12 students to make revision and peer review an integral part of the writing process with modeling.
Nicole Stephen shares techniques to build students’ vocabularies in a variety of active and engaging ways. With fun activities, learning “sticks”!
Ellen Edmonds shares ways to actively involve students in word study that teaches them word relationships while focusing on acquiring vocabulary.
Wiley Blevins explores how to transition students in Grade 2 and higher to read longer, more complex words using research-based methods.
Wiley Blevins shares ways to meet a wider range of student needs during whole-and small-group phonics instruction.
What are the most effective strategies for teaching grammar and writing in Grades 3–5? Ellen Edmonds shares three that students will love!
Ellen Edmonds shares powerful fluency instruction aligned to the Science of Reading that engages students and leads to proficient reading.
Ellen Edmonds explores the elements of the Science of Math and how to select a core math program aligned to the research.
Discover strategies aligned with the Science of Reading that support effective vocabulary instruction for Grades 6–12 from master teacher Ellen Edmonds.
Learn why fluency is so important and how it enables students to concentrate on comprehending the text they read.