In this excerpt, author Molly Ness explains the benefits to literacy-rich activities and includes some activities to try out with students.
Chapter 3 from Literacy is Still Not Enough explores the question: "How do we address the short-term goals of preparing students for the exams while at the same time addressing the long-term goals of developing engaged, lifelong learners during increasingly disruptive times?".
In this excerpt from Guided Practice for Reading Growth, Grades 4-8, by Laura Robb and David Harrison, the four key literacy experiences that developing readers need are outlined.
Debbie Diller will show teachers how to create and sustain meaningful, engaging literacy stations that grow and change as their students develop new skills, and as instructional time shifts.
Read about Chula Vista Elementary School District's success partnering with Douglas Fisher and the Fisher/Frey Reading Collaborative program.
Read about Bakersfield City School District's success partnering with Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and the rest of the Close and Critical Reading team.
Hear from Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey about their one-of-a-kind coaching platform for making proficient reading the next PD initiative across all K-12 classrooms.
Explore with Jim Burke the ways educators can prepare students for Common Core Assessments without undermining daily instruction.