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Voyager Sopris Learning EDVIEW 360 blogs, webinars, and podcasts.

Voyager Sopris Learning EDVIEW 360 blogs, webinars, and podcasts.

EDVIEW360 has everything you need to get the latest research, insights, and thought leadership focusing on the latest technologies and best educational practices.


Recent Webinars:


Top 5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Literacy Instruction with Natalie Wexler

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Sound Walls in Your Classroom: The Pathway to Reading Fluency with Dr. Mary Dahlgren

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Phonemic Awareness and Letter/Sound Associations: Practices for Teachers with Dr. Pam Kastner

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Launch of SPELD NSW Learning & Resource Hub!!

SPELD NSW is excited to launch the SPELD NSW Learning & Resources Hub!! This Hub will be the home for downloadable resources and on-demand learning from SPELD NSW. Access a 20% discount until 30 June!

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The Spotlight: Developing a Professional Learning model that works

School leaders, what is your professional learning plan this year? Having worked with many schools to support change in literacy practices, we wanted to share some of our learnings about how to make professional learning most effective to support you making changes in your school practice. We have some ideas that might just help 2024 be a winning professional learning year for you!


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