Develop Robust Vocabulary Skills for Students with Lumos WordUp Google Chrome Extension | Grade 3-11

“The more students learn high utility words, the better they will be able to comprehend text that contains those words or similar ones.” – Steven Sholl Vocabulary refers to the words we must understand to communicate effectively. Children need to … Continue reading
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The Next Big Thing in Improving Oral Reading Fluency for Students | Grade 3-12

According to The United States’ National Reading Panel’s fluency can be defined as the ability to read text with accuracy, appropriate rate, and good expression (NICHD, 2000). Oral reading fluency is one of several critical factors necessary for reading comprehension … Continue reading
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Improve Reading Fluency And Vocabulary Skills For Children

Did you know? Research has shown that kids need to understand 98% of the words they read to understand what they read. Reading fluency and vocabulary skills play a significant role in improving the children’s readability skills. A robust vocabulary … Continue reading
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3 Strategies for School Administrators for Reopening Schools

As schools begin navigating the waters of reopening in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a lot of concerns and logistics school administrators must face to keep students and teachers safe while also ensuring the quality instruction and … Continue reading
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The Importance of Continuing Education for Teachers

Continuing Education Credits may evoke a grumble from busy teachers nationwide, but is the extra effort worth it? In reality, effective teachers are always looking for ways to improve. When educators choose to enhance their skills and expand their knowledge … Continue reading

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Conferences that Teachers Can Attend for the Academic Year 2020

Teachers in most states are required to take courses, attend conferences, or sit through professional development workshops to keep their certification. However, teachers often find these opportunities long and tedious, either irrelevant to their classes or too repetitive. Some conferences … Continue reading

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4 Tips to Keep in Mind while Making Purchases for the 2020-21 Academic Year

Preparing for a new academic year requires a lot of work and planning. Part of this process requires making procurement decisions. Determining what curriculum, technology, or other resources are needed is very important, but it can also be an overwhelming … Continue reading

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Best Practices and Strategies for School Administrators to Demonstrate Success in Curriculum Investments: The Data Matters

The decision to invest part of a school’s annual budget for new curriculum needs is a necessary part of the choices administrators make. As they make these decisions and decide what materials and resources to put in the hands of … Continue reading

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A Guide to Allocate the Budget Efficiently in Your School

School administrators are tasked with the challenge of making sure their allocated funds are used in a way that effectively promotes student success. Their resources must be utilized to maximize available resources. The decisions that are made as part of … Continue reading

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Conferences for Teachers: Academic Year 2020

Teachers in most states are required to take courses, attend conferences, or sit through professional development workshops to keep their certification. However, teachers often find these opportunities long and tedious, either irrelevant to their classes or too repetitive. Some conferences … Continue reading

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