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Supporting your digital transition

To better support the district transition to a more digital-centric collection of curriculum resources, Savvas is here to help you create blended conversion solutions to ensure equitable access for all teachers and students. Changing your classroom dynamic, the instructional resources focus, and moving toward a digital-centric classroom can be a daunting challenge as not all students or classrooms have the same level of digital access, and not all students learn in the same way. On this website we have pulled together some examples, for your consideration, of blended curricular options, supplemental and intervention support, and dual language choices designed to support all levels of learners and technologies.

 
 

Literacy Support

 

Words Their Way Classroom

 
 

Dual Language Support

 

Mathematics Support

 
 

Illinois Customized Social Studies

 

African American History

 
 

Hands On Science & Stem Support

 

Supplemental Activity Packs

 
 

Looking for personalized training or support

 

AP & Electives

 

Build Your Bookroom: Leveled Texts Equity

Today’s standards ask students to both read and interact with both fiction and nonfiction texts. We support all Chicago Public School teachers and students with a wide variety of readers that support all levels of learners. From social studies, to science, to literacy, you will find support to bridge both skill and content gaps.

Our BRAND NEW STEM Engineering readers are created to introduce the engineering design process to young students. These readers develop problem-solving skills, inspire natural curiosity and creative thinking while building engineering and design skills.

 

Adrian.Willis@savvas.com
773.420.6157

Chicago Public Schools Network Areas: 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 12, Perspectives and Noble Charter Schools.

Patrick.Gentles@savvas.com
708.465.4685

Chicago Public Schools Network Areas 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 13, ISP, AUSL, All Charter Schools except Perspectives and Noble