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6 12, 2018

Using Share Time to Inspire and Instruct Writers

December 6th, 2018|General, General Education, Latest News, Teaching|Comments Off on Using Share Time to Inspire and Instruct Writers

by Leah Mermelstein Recently, I was speaking with a group of fourth-grade teachers who use The Teachers College Writing Units of Study. They had just taught a minilesson about using ‘boxes and bullets’ as a [...]

7 11, 2018

Building Bridges of Talk: Supporting English Language Learners in Reading Recovery

November 7th, 2018|Latest News|Comments Off on Building Bridges of Talk: Supporting English Language Learners in Reading Recovery

by Michelle Sharratt and Briare Wynn Learning to read and write is a highly complex, intricate process. Imagine what this would be like if you were learning the English language at the same time as [...]

17 05, 2018

Taking a Professional Stand in an Age of Confusion

May 17th, 2018|Latest News, Reflections and Commentary|Comments Off on Taking a Professional Stand in an Age of Confusion

by Mary Howard As I write these words, I am headed home from an incredible visit to Fredericton Canada before leaving again in just a few days. I'm filled with such deep appreciation for this [...]

18 01, 2018

National Literacy Leadership Award Honors Excellence

January 18th, 2018|General, Latest News|Comments Off on National Literacy Leadership Award Honors Excellence

Three individuals will be recognized with the 2018 Excellence in Literacy Leadership Award presented by the Reading Recovery teacher leaders. They are Dr. Amanda Alexander, chief of elementary schools at District of Columbia Public Schools; [...]