These elementary lesson plans from ReadWriteThink focus on back to school and creating classroom community with interactive student materials, web resources, and ELA standards for classroom teachers.
High-Quality Professional Development on Your Desktop
School leaders, coaches, and teachers will learn strategies for gearing up for the demands of the CCSS. Join us this fall for these live Web seminars.
These On Demand Web seminars focus on skills and teaching practices that are essential to successful implementation of the Common Core State Standards.
Virtual Conference recordings also available for Grades K-2 or Grades 3-5.
Supporting Students in a Time of Core Standards:
Grades K-2 or Grades 3-5
These books reinforce a focus on student learning by demonstrating ways of addressing the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in grades K-2 and 3-5 while also adhering to NCTE principles of effective teaching.
The NCTE Publications Catalog is now available online! View the digital version to explore the hundreds of titles for preK-college educators.
Reading Assessment: Artful Teachers, Successful Students
Editor Diane Stephens and colleagues explore how artful pre-K–5 teachers come to know their students through assessment and use that knowledge to customize reading instruction. This book is part of the Principles in Practice imprint.
Teacher Inquiry in Literacy Workshops: Forging Relationships through Reggio-Inspired Practice
The challenges and rewards of early childhood education come alive in this collection of narratives by a community of nascent teacher-researchers who share their investigations of enacting literacy workshops in Reggio-inspired classrooms.
English Language Learners in Literacy Workshops
Marsha Riddle Buly, a mainstream classroom teacher who became a reading specialist and then a specialist in bilingual/ELL education, shows how reading, writing, and language workshops can be used to help language learners in mainstream K–8 classrooms.
Becoming Writers in the Elementary Classroom: Visions and Decisions
Katie Van Sluys demonstrates how to (re)claim our professional practice to ensure that young people have the opportunity to become competent, constantly growing writers who use writing to think, communicate, and pose as well as solve problems.
Teaching Phonics in Context
Through myriad classroom vignettes, experienced educators David Hornsby and Lorraine Wilson show just how phonics is taught and learned in literacy-rich classrooms.
Also, check out the On Demand Web seminar featuring David and Lorraine on Reading and Writing in the Elementary Classroom: Teaching Phonics in Context.
Treat yourself to the digital features of podcasts in the elementary journal, Language Arts. Podcasts feature a conversation with one of the authors from an issue, as well as highlights from the LA section, “Conversation Currents.”
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Start planning your convention experience now by viewing the digital edition of the Convention Preview!
We invite you to start with the Elementary Section Get-Together on Thursday evening with author Jarrett J. Krososczka. Join us at the Books for Children Luncheon on Saturday and sit with a favorite author and listen to featured speaker Steve Jenkins. The Children's Literature Assembly (CLA) breakfast is on Sunday featuring Nic Bishop and Sy Montgomery.
Check out these elementary events and use the online searchable program to round out your schedule today!