Wit & Wisdom

Curriculum in a pandemic: Four lessons learned

Great MInds CEO Lynne Munson describes four lessons learned from rapidly standing up Knowledge on the Go video lessons this spring.

By: Lynne Munson

If You Want to Know What Works for Students With Dyslexia, Ask Them

A little communication goes a long way toward helping students with dyslexia. Our LauraMarie Coleman and her daughter, Anne, explain.

By: Anne Coleman and LauraMarie Coleman

Kyair Butts on Making Distance Learning Work

Baltimore Teacher of the Year Kyair Butts explains how he's making distance learning work for his students. Wit & Wisdom's knowledge-based design helps them succeed.

By: Wit & Wisdom

Great Minds Offers ELA Content Leader Training in Louisiana

Louisiana educators are welcome to nominate teachers in your school or district for our Wit & Wisdom Content Leader training program.

By: Katie Waters and Cari Killian

Across Oceans, Geodes Make the Grade

Geodes books for emerging readers are a big hit with students in Thailand, the first international audience for these content-rich, lovely volumes.

By: Jill Gerber

In Baltimore, a School-Library Partnership is a Recipe for Success

The Baltimore community is rallying brilliantly to help students become lifelong readers.  
By: Jill Gerber

Supporting Equity Through a Knowledge-Building Approach to ELA

Increase vocabulary growth and equity in your classroom with a knowledge-building approach to your English Language Arts curriculum. Access the tools you need to support your students.

By: Rachel Stack

Knowledge Building in Early Literacy to Develop Lifelong Readers

With Geodes, emerging readers are given the tools to build confidence and develop a lifelong love of reading. Find out how you can support long-term literacy development in your students.

By: Great Minds

Building a Reader's Oasis in a Book Desert

A bookworm teacher gives her best tips for creating a welcoming classroom library.

By: Katie Waters