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Prioritizing Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Classroom

The first (and only) time I saw Asian Americans in my history class materials was in high school, when I learned about Japanese-American internment in World War II....

Silent E Words (Free Printables) Plus Ways To Teach Silent E

Oh, those pesky Silent E words. They’re one of the first big challenges for emergent readers. Whether you call it Silent E, Magic E, Sneaky E, or Super...

10 Great Books for Understanding Creation Science

Our sister company, Compass Cinema, was involved in the production of the creation documentary Is Genesis History? During that process we met Dr. Kurt Wise and heard about...

What Makes a Good One & How to Use Them

There’s no doubt about it. Decodable texts have a bad reputation─and sometimes for good reason. There are a lot of lemons out there, along with weak instructional practices...

Five Questions I’m Not Going To Ask Students About Their Winter Break

One of the things I used to look forward to about heading back to school after winter break was chatting with my students about their vacations. As I...

Hooray! The Who Was? Graphic Novels Are Here

The Who Was? illustrated biographies are staples in classrooms from upper elementary through middle school. If you’re a huge fan like me, you’ll be excited to know that...

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