“As we move beyond earlier notions of “reading and writing,” the boundaries between literacy processes blur, and responsibility for supporting literacy learners expands to include educators across all disciplines.” (from K Williamson blog “Responding to Shifting Literacies”)
Whether you are a classroom teacher looking for ideas or responsible for leading professional learning, we invite you to learn from and with the thousands of educators that have made a commitment to supporting learners literacy practices throughout the school day.
Real-World Literacies: Disiplinary Teaching in the High School classroom by Heather Lattimer
Entering the Conversations: Practicing Literacy in the Disciplines by Patricia Lambert Stock, Trace Schillinger, and Andrew Stock
These books are part of the Principles in Practice imprint.
"Interdisciplinary Synergy: Teaching and Learning in Collaboration"
English Journal, January 2014
Browse all publications on literacy as shared responsibility.
Reading and Writing in the Disciplines (Web Seminar Package)
Content Literacy: Four Factors in Building an Effective Instructional Framework (On Demand Web Seminar)
Browse all literacy as shared responsibility online learning.
NCLE Report: Remodeling Literacy Learning Together: Paths to Standards Implementation
NCTE Policy Research Brief: Literacies of Disciplines
NCLE Report: Remodeling Literacy Learning: Make Room for What Works
Working in Concert to Strengthen Literacy Education Across the Nation…Collaborative tools, resources, and groups engaged in professional learning.
Getting Started with Questions of Literacy as a Shared Responsibility
Needs Assessment Tool: Asset Inventory
ReadWriteThink.org provides instructional practices and digital resources that support effective reading and language arts instruction for all learners.
Lesson Plans on literacy as shared responsibility.
Strategy Guides on literacy as shared responsibility.
Sometimes access to high quality resources isn’t enough. NCTE offers onsite consulting services on a range of topics associate with decision-making about Common Core Standards and literacy as shared responsibility.
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