The Gift of Story
Exploring the Affective Side of the Reading Life
Better Book Clubs
Deepening Comprehension and Elevating Conversation
Shifting the Balance
6 Ways to Bring the Science of Reading into the Balanced Literacy Classroom
Teachers as Decision Makers
Responsive Guided Reading Instruction
The Comprehensive Intervention Model
Nurturing Self-Regulated Readers Through Responsive Teaching
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5 Kinds of Nonfiction
Enriching Reading and Writing Instruction with Children's Books
Why Do I Have to Read This?
Literacy Strategies to Engage Our Most Reluctant Students
Teaching Literature Rhetorically
Transferable Literacy Skills for 21st Century Students
How the Science of Reading Informs Teaching
Intentional from the Start
Guiding Emergent Readers in Small Groups
Text Sets in Action
Pathways Through Content Area Literacy
I Am A Reader Today Because of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!John Schu, author of The Gift of Story, explains the value of novelizations in encouraging young students to fall in love with reading.
Building Better Book ClubsWriting with the practical teacher in mind, author Sara Kugler offers plenty of inspiration and ideas to get you started—whether you’re new to book clubs, you’re developing your confidence around them, or you’re ready to refine your responsiveness within this familiar practice.
Blogs | Webinars | Podcasts
In this blog post, Susan Vincent, coauthor of Intentional From the Start, shares six practical ways to integrate Elkonin sound boxes into literacy instruction with early readers.
In this webinar, Katie Egan Cunningham shares instructional strategies from her book Start with Joy: Designing Literacy Learning for Student Happiness focused on the pillars of choice and challenge as drivers of joyful learning.
In this podcast, Cris Tovani teams up with her instructional coach/editor/friend Samantha Bennett for an engaging, often funny, always insightful discussion of their long relationship and the stories behind her new book, Why Do I Have to Read This? Literacy Strategies to Engage Our Most Reluctant Students.