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There’s no doubt 2021 was another challenging year. Everyone here at Savvas Learning extends their thanks for everything you do for students and the communities you serve. As K-12 educators, you have been on the frontlines and busier than ever. So busy that we expect you probably didn’t have the time, bandwidth, or mental space to find every helpful Savvas resource, including our virtual symposiums and podcasts. With that in mind, we pulled together a list of our most popular educator resources of 2021 — the best blogs, podcasts, and on-demand webinars curated just for you.

Without further ado, check out our most popular resources from 2021 that you may have missed:

Top Fresh Ideas for Teaching Blogs:

5 Activities to Promote Student Agency in the Classroom 

4 Practices Math Teachers Should Keep From Hybrid Learning

5 Top Trends K-12 Leaders Can’t Afford To Ignore

Top Podcasts:

1. What is Systematic & Explicit Instruction? A Conversation with Dr. Freddy Hiebert

2. Essentials for Supporting Multilingual Learners – SIOP Sessions Part 1

 

Top Savvas Insights Blogs:

1. Ten Strategies to Help Accelerate Learning

Infographic Showing A Web of 10 Strategies for Accelerating Learning

 

2. Why Edtech Integration Is So Critical for Educators

Graphic of A Laptop Screen Displaying The Themes of The Article

Top Savvas Webinars & Symposiums:

4 Inspiring STEM Fair Talks To Use In Your Classroom

 

 

Wishing you a safe and healthy 2022! Follow us @SavvasLearning #MovingLearningForward for all the latest curriculum news, free resources, and more.

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Walter Rodriguez

Walter Rodriguez

Managing Editor & Podcast Host, Fresh Ideas for Teaching

Note: Fresh Ideas for Teaching blog contributors have been compensated for sharing personal teaching experiences on our blog. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any other agency, organization, employer or company.