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A New Year, a New Start: Keeping Your Heroes Happy (Dealing with Teacher Turnover, Shortages, and Motivation)
Posted on Jan 17, 2019
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
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  • Professional Development
A New Year, a New Start: Keeping Your Heroes Happy (Dealing with Teacher Turnover, Shortages, and Motivation)

Everyone wants to feel fulfilled and happy with their work, to believe they make a difference. This is more than a good feeling or earning a high salary. This is efficacy and it is critical for teachers’ success. When an entire school faculty has efficacy, it is called Collective Teacher Efficacy (CTE), which is “the collective belief of teachers in their ability to positively affect students” (Hattie, J. Visible Learning Plus).

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Much More than a Law: Using ESSA to Guide Intervention Program Decisions
Posted on Jan 9, 2019
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
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  • ESSA
  • Math Intervention
  • Reading Intervention
Much More than a Law: Using ESSA to Guide Intervention Program Decisions

For educators, the most important task and often the most challenging, is to ensure every student succeeds to the very best of her/his ability. Understanding that, educators recognize the importance of offering quality instruction, best practices, and instructional materials that have been shown to achieve the outcomes required for that student population. It is incumbent upon decision makers to select from among those instructional materials that already offer evidence of those outcomes.

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Happy Holidays from Voyager Sopris Learning
Posted on Dec 19, 2018
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Happy Holidays from Voyager Sopris Learning

We wanted to take a few minutes to thank our loyal customers for your business. It means so much to us, because we know you have options when it comes to selecting your educational partners.

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I AM MORE than an English language learner
Posted on Dec 6, 2018
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
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  • ELL
  • Literacy
  • Reading Intervention
  • Struggling Readers
I AM MORE than an English language learner

English language learners often enter U.S. schools with a literacy disadvantage. While they may be proficient in their native language, many struggle to attain the English literacy and language skills needed to succeed academically and engage in social interactions with their peers.

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My Fight for Literacy: Growing up with Dyslexia
Posted on Nov 28, 2018
  • Liz Catalani
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  • Dyslexia
  • ELA
  • Literacy
  • Reading Intervention
My Fight for Literacy: Growing up with Dyslexia

Imagine how scary class, peers, and the world can be for a child who can’t read and the many instances where reading is necessary and obvious.

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Simple Strategies to Help Struggling Readers Achieve Grade-Level Success
Posted on Nov 15, 2018
  • Michelle Easley
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  • reading
  • Reading Intervention
Simple Strategies to Help Struggling Readers Achieve Grade-Level Success

Only one-third of American students entering high school are proficient in reading (National Assessment of Educational Progress). Many students lack the basic, foundational reading skills necessary to be successful academically.

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