Posted on: March 13, 2017
To become better writers, students need dedicated time to practice writing and instruction on a variety of strategies for writing for multiple purposes and audiences.
Active reading allows students to build reading skills. Learn steps teachers can take to help students experience success with independent active reading.
Universal screening allows for explicit and focused literacy instruction without assumptions, says Waterloo Community School District's Darren Hanna.
Inference making, or the ability to connect information across a text, is a key reading comprehension skill. Learn ways to help students make inferences.
English words can be difficult to decode, emphasizing the need to teach phonics skills to all students so they may experience reading success.
Students with disabilities are the students of all teachers. We look at five common questions about teaching students with disabilities.
Learn how literacy coaches and teachers can work together to increase reading achievement for students.
For children struggling with reading, providing specific feedback is crucial. Learn more about providing positive feedback and corrective feedback.
Over the past two weeks, we have been sharing tips to implementing small group instruction to differentiate lessons and address each students’ literacy.
One of the biggest challenges to using small group instruction is figuring out what to do with the rest of the students when they are not meeting with the teacher.
In Part 1 of a series on small group instruction, learn about using student literacy data to form small groups.