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Pathways is a powerful resource to support teachers and learning communities committed to continuous improvement in response to students' learning. Focusing on hot-topic issues such as Adolescent Literacy, Instructional Leadership, and 21st Century Literacies, Pathways provides affordable professional development that advances student achievement in every subject by focusing on teachers' instructional practices and questions.
Pathways for Advancing Adolescent LiteracyFocuses on unique needs of adolescent learners with learning strands in key areas such as:
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New in Fall 2011!Pathways for Instructional LeadershipFocuses on helping leaders better facilitate learning that leads to changes in instructional practice. Key learning strands include:
Pathways for 21st Century LiteraciesFocuses on what 21st century curricula and K-12 classroom practices look like by tapping the rich resources and collaborations made available in a 21st century learning community. Key learning strands include:
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