What an amazing year! We grew so much and had the opportunity to share dozens of great tips, teaching strategies, and curriculum ideas with our growing number of inspired educators. We reached new heights this year as we grew to over 5,500 TA members and connected to 15,000 educators worldwide. Here are the top eCoach posts of 2015.

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As we head into winter break, we wanted to share some great lessons that you might want to teach this week or use when you return after a long two week rest. If these lessons do not fit in your curriculum, consider other lessons we have developed this school year to teach reading skills.

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Charla DeClark is a middle school math teacher at Forest Park Middle School, WI. Charla is a trained LiteracyTA Coach and has been implementing literacy practices in her math classroom since we met her in 2013. Here is an email she shared with me. Please send this to all of your math folks.

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Thank-you Word Cloud

By on December 1, 2015

The week leading up to Thanksgiving, we asked our members why they are thankful for LiteracyTA. Thank you for all of your responses. We are thrilled to know that our work is helping so many teachers and students across the U.S. and throughout the world.

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As we approach the season of giving thanks, we want to extend our gratitude to YOU, our teachers and schools, for all that you do each and every day for students. So instead of waiting until after the classroom discussion on the Mayflower and Pilgrims and your delicious turkey feasts with loved ones, save extra right now!

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