Volume XIV; Spring 2011
Written by Tim Clark This article describes one educator’s efforts to bring literature alive to the reluctant high school reader.
Written by Lita Judge The author shares the important role her childhood journals have played in her work as a writer and an illustrator.
Written by Lois Juris A primary teacher reflects on the impact 1st graders can have on their community when empowered to write for a cause they believe in.
Written by Patricia Lindberg The author shares the importance of creating a literacy environment in which empowered children drive the instruction.
Written by Alyssa Satas and Gerard E. Buteau The authors describe the collaborative efforts of one community’s commitment to literacy through reading, writing, and the arts.
Written by Regie Routman This article emphasizes the important role school leaders can play in literacy development.
Written by Julie H. Way The author investigates how the use of dictation affects the composition skills of a student with handwriting difficulties.
Written by Christie Sweeney This article describes a literacy-based strategy implemented at the university level as a learning tool for reading, problem-solving, and action planning.
Written by Bo Green The author proposes the cohesive educational framework SMART-Standards, Methods, Assessment, Reflection, and Technology-as one means for helping teachers maintain their focus on the essential components of effective teaching.
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