The "C's of Change"
Students -- and Teachers -- Learn 21st Century Skills
Widening the Audience: Students Reading and Writing Online
A look at how the Internet and collaborative technologies are broadening teaching and learning.
Fighting for Scientifically Valid Reading Strategies That Work
"I definitely see an impact in the classroom when teachers create curriculum based on their knowledge of qualitative reading research," says Susi Long, an early childhood research specialist at the University of South Carolina,
Reading and Writing Differently: An Informational Overvew
James R. Squire Office of Policy Research
According to this overview provided by the James R. Squire Office, "moving into the digital age requires educators to make connections: between non-school and school-based literacy practices; and between the interdependent skills of reading and writing."
"Being a Writer Depends on Being a Reader"
Lori Atkins Goodson
An Interview with Francine Prose
How Will You Celebrate the African American Read-In?
Zion Hill #1 Baptist Church in Natchez, Mississippi is one of many sites where families and communities joined together to celebrate the African American Read-In in recent years. Why not make this your year to get involved?
President's Commentary: Assessment Models Worth Sharing
Kathleen Blake Yancey
Reader's Commentary: What Teacher Inquiry Means in Practice
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