NEW webcasts for Reading Recovery and K-6 Educators
Sue Duncan: Structure as an Important Source of Information
Nell Duke: Project-Based Units and Common Core
Easy-to-follow guide connects self-assessment tools with the strengths of Reading Recovery-trained educators to build professional learning communities that support high-quality literacy instruction. The goal is to create, initiate, and sustain a comprehensive literacy system that supports the promise of literacy for every child.
This dedicated website features brochures, fact sheets, case studies, administrator and lesson videos, and other important information decision makers need to learn more about how Reading Recovery works.
Literacy LessonsTM is an intervention designed to reach young children (generally Grades 1-4) in special education or ESL settings who are struggling with beginning reading and writing but are not eligible for Reading Recovery. Specialist teachers are trained to use Reading Recovery instructional procedures to design individual lessons for their students with the goal of accelerating their literacy learning.
Videos illustrate the six tasks and administration of the Observation Survey, a proven tool for designing effective literacy instruction for young children. DVD includes task examples, administrations with two students, score sheets, and support materials for the leader and participants.
Both literacy specialists and classroom teachers will find timely information and practical examples of effective practices in literacy instruction.
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Reading Recovery in the News
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Universities offer i3 funds for Reading Recovery professional development
Funds are available through 19 university training centers to qualified teachers who apply to a certified Reading Recovery teacher training program through their sponsoring building or district.