The Strategic Instruction Model™ is a comprehensive, evidence-based adolescent literacy program that empowers teachers and enables students to better succeed in school and beyond.
ALL NEW: TEACHING DECISION-MAKING!
A new manual to help students in teachers think about issues that may have more than one option or way to respond. Identify an issue and possible options that could be used to respond to the issue. Students learn to clearly state the issue, explore possible options, understand necessary background knowledge about the issue, identify and analyze reasons to support each option, evaluate, judge and rank each option, propoes compromises or alternatives and come to a decision, explainng the reasoning that led to that decision. More information
NEW MATHEMATICS MANUALS!
Check out Multiplication with Regrouping: Standard Algorithm and Multiplication with Regrouping: Partial Products. Available without Professional Development (downloadable PDF or coil bound manual ).
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SIM RATES STRONG FOR EVIDENCE BASED READING PROGRAMS
The www.evidenceforessa.org website is a free database that provides useful information for education leaders and policy makers. The Strategic Instruction Model and Xtreme Reading have been cited as Strong and the Content Literacy Continuum (CLC) was cited as being Promising in the new Evidence for ESSA website Evidence for ESSA. Learn More...
SIM READING PROGRAMS ADDED TO INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION SCIENCES' WHAT WORKS CLEARINGHOUSE
A new report adds two Strategic Instruction Model™ reading programs to an influential national database of education interventions that have been proven effective in the classroom. The report found that Xtreme Reading and SIM Learning Strategies Curriculum, separately, have shown evidence of—in the parlance of the Institute of Education Sciences’ What Works Clearinghouse—“potentially positive effects” on reading achievement for struggling adolescent readers. The WWC rating means at least one study of each program reported statistically significant positive effects. In both cases, the level of evidence met criteria to allow the programs to be included in the What Works Clearinghouse, a first for both interventions. Learn More...