The Center for the Collaborative Classroom has partnered with CORE Learning to deliver professional learning in California. This partnership builds on Collaborative Classroom’s literacy programs that foster students’ ongoing development as readers, writers, and caring members of the classroom community, and CORE’s long-term commitment to implementation support services that help customers build their own capacity for effective instruction by laying a foundation of evidence-based knowledge, supporting the use of proven tools, and developing leadership.
This course is designed to help both new readers and students with reading difficulties in grades K–12, including multilingual learners and students with dyslexia. The program provides a structured approach to instruction through explicit routines focused on phonological awareness, spelling-sounds, and sight words.
CORE provides professional learning services to empower educators to implement the SIPPS® framework. This partnership builds on Collaborative Classroom’s literacy programs that foster students’ development as readers, writers, and caring members of the classroom community, and CORE’s long-term commitment to evidence-based implementation support services.
Research tells us there is a specific path that leads to reading fluency. To guide readers through each stage of the continuum, each SIPPS level corresponds to a specific stage of reading development: simple alphabetic, spelling pattern, and polysyllabic/morphemic.
SIPPS aligns with the MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Support) framework and can be used across all three tiers of instruction.