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What Can I Work On As A Reader? A Self-Reflection Tool for Finding Goals

As you begin the new school year, Jennifer Serravallo, author of The Reading Strategies Book, has just created “A Self-Reflection Tool for Finding Goals.”  The downloadable PDF comes with a note from Jen with guidance on how to use the tool. The resource can be found here on The Reading Strategies page. Below is a sample of Jen’s note to educators on why she created to the tool and what you’ll find. 

What Can I Work On as a Reader?

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Topics: Reading, Self-Reflection Tool for Finding Goals, The Reading Strategies Book, Jennifer Serravallo

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