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What Read Alouds Can I Use to Launch Literacy Blocks? Here are 6 Books To Start The Year…
Sarah Miller, M. Ed., Author Many of us are embarking on our first or second week of school for the new year. And yes, we may also be in the midst of organizing classrooms, creating bulletin board displays, structuring classroom libraries, mapping out the upcoming days of school, and considering
Ellen A. Thompson, Ed. D., author Sometimes when I read books on the teaching of reading, I miss the part where the actual reader comes into the process. Everything is “done” to them – not with them as individuals. I think this matters. Each reader in our classroom comes to
Thinking about beginning the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards process?
by, Ellen A. Thompson, Ed. D., Thoughts from a Longtime educator… I left teaching my multiage, primary classroom in 1999. The very same year that I applied for and received my National Board Certification. As I sit at my computer these 23 years later, I find myself often thinking about
How can teachers nurture their own creative development?
A new blogpost by Melanie Stultz-Backus, PLL, Literacy Consultant Pied Beauty By Gerard Manley Hopkins, 1877 Glory be to God for dappled things– For skies of couple-color as a brinded cow; For rose-moles all in stipple upon trout that swim; Fresh-firecoal chestnut-falls; finches’ wings;
Summer Learning Opportunities are on our minds. Do you like what we have planned? Vermont Literacy Conference with @pennykittle and @TimRasinski1 and 3 Summer Courses...get all the details here: #vermontliteracy #vted https://t.co/N1WFoba3b3Read More
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...as a model to build a comprehensive understanding of where a student is likely to struggle based on their data and a framework of intervention that specifically targets that struggle. Teams are encouraged.Read More
Middle & High School Teachers of Literacy, check out this upcoming opportunity. Participants will engage with the Active View of Reading (@nellkduke and Cartwright, 2021)... Sign up soon! #vermontliteracy #vted https://t.co/GPwHVk60h9Read More