ela-curriculum

Where is the Reading? Community Coaches talk EL Education Curriculum

We love to connect with our fellow teachers, and the Open Up Resource community is a family. 

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HIVE 2021: ELA Community Coach Chat

In the second edition of our “Chat with Me'' series, Cathy Dickson sits down with three ELA Community Coaches who will present at this....

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Address Anti-Asian Racism Through Reading

May is AAPI Heritage Month, and an opportune moment to address anti-Asian racism in the classroom through ELA and SEL curriculum. By....

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Open Up Resources EL Education K–8 Language Arts Teacher of the Month: Stacy Duran

Stacy Duran, a teacher at Roosevelt Middle School of Dubuque Community Schools (IA), has been named the Open Up Resources EL Education....

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CASE STUDY: How Ooltewah Elementary Improved Their Benchmark ELA Score by Up To 15.9%

Learn more about how a district pilot created by EL Education helped improve the ELA benchmark score for Ooltewah Elementary with....

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Open Up Resources EL Education K–8 Language Arts Teacher of the Month: Cortney Stanton

Cortney Stanton, a 1st-grade teacher at Washington Elemiddle School of Normandy School District (MO), has been named the Open Up ....

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Open Up Resources EL Education K–8 Language Arts Teacher of the Month: Erin Elrod

Erin Elrod, a 3rd grade teacher at Rockvale Elementary of Rutherford County Schools (TN), has been named the Open Up Resources EL....

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Announcing HIVE 2021 and What to Expect

With HIVE 2021 tickets now on sale Brooke Powers, Open Up Resources Director of Professional Learning, looks back at HIVE 2020 and....

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Open Up Resources EL Education K–8 Language Arts Teacher of the Month: Heather Mann

Heather Mann, a Literacy and Instructional Coach at West Contra Unified School District (CA), has been named the Open Up Resources EL....

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Leading Successfully Means Leading as Who You Are

Changes to Make for Yourself and Your School Community as We Enter 2021

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