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Undoubtedly, 2022 was another landmark year for educators. Everyone here at Savvas Learning Company extends our thanks for everything you do for students and the communities you serve. As K-12 educators, you have the great privilege and responsibility to impact students’ lives and we recognize that your work has never been more important.

As 2022 comes to an end, we remain committed to supporting teachers with original, quality content created to inspire and inform. This year, we covered everything from in-depth pieces on topics like the Science of Reading, to practical teaching tips on how to use rich math tasks in the classroom, and uplifting stories spotlighting schools like yours and educators like you.

In case you missed any of it, we put together a list of the content that resonated the most with educators this year. Take a look.

Top Blogs

The Science of Reading Simplified Blog Series – Read here.

How to Authentically Integrate Technology into the Classroom – Read here.

Photo with blog author Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad and the title of his blog contribution.

Middle School Matters: Affecting Change in How We Teach Adolescent Learners – Read here.

5 Lesson Ideas to Help Newcomers Thrive

The 4 Principles of Word Study

Top Podcasts

Tips for Engaging Readers and Writers in K-12 Classrooms with literacy expert/author Kelly Gallagher.

Rich Math Tasks for the Classroom with enVision math authors Francis M. Fennell, Karen Karp, and Beth Kobett

Supporting Multilingual Learners in the Classroom with SIOP authors Dr. Jana Echevarría, Dr. MaryEllen Vogt, and Dr. Deborah Short.

Top School Stories

A Culture of Collaboration and Teacher Autonomy Inspires Teachers at the William N. DeBerry Elementary School

Read the full story here.

How a Vision for the Future Guided Cañon City’s EdTech Journey

Read the full story here.


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Jessie Gibson

Jessie Gibson

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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.