Balanced Literacy serves as the framework from which we create various models and structures of what literacy will look like in our classroom. Pairing the practical application with research, you will feel better equipped to evaluate your classroom instruction and implement new changes as necessary.
Rigor in early childhood education is a hot topic. At a recent NAEYC, Follett hosted early childhood expert, Dr. Susan Neuman. She discussed the importance of academic vocabulary in preschool - 1st grade in the World of Words (WOW) program, her collaborative project with Follett.
Join us on 11/3 for a webinar on Balanced Literacy. It will be a packed session of new strategies you will be able to take away and use in your instruction, or perhaps there will be a moment that brings clarity to a bigger goal of what you are trying to achieve in your classroom.
How do educators facilitate higher-order thinking among diverse students with such limited time and resources? In this webinar, we'll discuss how to create rich and robust learning experiences that teach students how to think critically while also saving teachers valuable classroom and prep time.
The 21st century has been labeled the “visual age,”. Interweaving art into all subject areas bears a host of qualitative+quantitative benefits for its learners. Enjoy this one-hour on-demand recorded presentation exploring the why, what and how of arts integration in history and social studies.