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Phonics and the Science of Reading

Recently, a national conversation in schools and the media has emerged around how we best teach our young learners to read. This conversation has been couched under the...
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Teacher New Year’s Resolutions You'll Actually Keep! [Free Worksheet]

As an educator, I’ve always appreciated that the second semester of school kicks off right after the New Year’s celebrations. It inspires me to reflect on the first semester...
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5 Tips for Virtual or In-Person Parent-Teacher Conferences

Now more than ever, we need strong pathways of communication among families and schools. Parent-teacher conferences are one aspect of schooling that can continue, even though...
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How to Assess Reading Levels of Elementary Students Throughout the Year

In this article, you'll find free resources that will assist you in assessing the reading levels of elementary students at the beginning of the school year and throughout the...
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Elements of a Literacy-Rich 21st Century Classroom

Do you want to bring a 21st century classroom design into your classroom? This post will assist you in setting up a literacy-rich environment in a 21st century classroom and...
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10 Ways Parents Can Prevent Summer Reading Loss

Parents are the key to keeping students reading over the summer. They are the frontline defense for fighting summer reading loss! In this post, we'll explore ten ways parents...
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13 Ideas for Differentiated Reading Instruction in the Elementary Classroom

Differentiation has been a buzzword in education for years. As a literacy specialist, it is a critical part of my job. Differentiation is how a teacher adapts instruction to...
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Developing a Growth Mindset in the ELA Classroom

In this article, you’ll learn about the transformative power of a growth mindset in schools, specifically in the ELA classroom. You’ll discover what a growth mindset is and...
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Role of Librarian in Schools –Seven Ways They Can Help Teachers, Coaches, & Admins

Teachers, academic coaches, and administrators never have enough time, resources, money, or books. However, I have found an unlikely source for all four—school libraries. In...
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How To Teach Reading Comprehension Strategies In Your School [Free Worksheets]

Education is a field that seems to be constantly changing and progressing through advances in technology, professional publications, and research studies on students. The...
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Annotating Text Strategies That Will Enhance Close Reading [Printable Resources]

One of the most important skills I teach my students as we begin to work on close reading is how to annotate texts. Teaching annotation strategies will help students keep...
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15 Free Back-to-School Printables for Teachers

Although I have been working all summer long, the inevitable school year start date suddenly looms up before me, scary and overwhelming. To honor teachers also feeling the...
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