Disfluent readers are most often disfluent because of a lack of practice with reading. Ultimately, struggling readers must have a lot of time to read at their instructional or independent level. (continue reading)
Discover four proven strategies to empower struggling readers in your classroom, fostering a nurturing environment where students can unlock their reading potential and thrive academically. (continue reading)
Until students are comfortable with authors, genres, and interests, it’s hard for them to find books they will love to read. Learn how the Good Books box can help students select a book. (continue reading)
This year we join Kylene Beers, Robert Probst, Penny Kittle, Linda Rief, Chris Crutcher, and Teri Lesense, Kwame Alexander, and Kelly Gallagher to investigate aliteracy and our students through reading, thinking, and writing.
We'll be adding to the blog as this multi-day institute progresses so keep checking back! (continue reading)
This month, our posts aim to position ourselves as educators who understand the evolving definition of literacy, and use this knowledge to teach our students to be both critical consumers and creative contributors through text and media. (continue reading)