Reading Instruction: What's Missing, How to Fill in the Gaps

Educators have cause for concern. Only about a third of Grade 4 students are proficient readers. A disproportionate number of low-income students...

Across Oceans, Geodes Make the Grade

Geodes® books are across the pond. Really far across the pond—8,436 miles from creator Great Minds headquarters in Washington, D.C., to Chiang Mai,...

“#WeLoveMsJan”: The Teacher With Her Own Hashtag

Jan Busey was nervous. After years in the classroom, the retired teacher was about to start recording literacy video lessons for the first time,...

Geodes® Help Students Cross the Bridge to Learning

In Geodes®, Ann King has finally found what she’s been after for the last 15 years for her students with dyslexia: a set of texts they can read...

Early Adopter Finds Geodes Align Perfectly with Research

The first thing teachers notice and love about Geodes® is the quality of the materials. “The texture of the books. The illustrations. These feel...

"Reading to Learn" in Grade 1, Thanks to Geodes®

The conventional wisdom says that students learn to read, and then they read to learn. 

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