Reading Rockets summer reading materials give parents, teachers, and district leaders many ideas to keep students reading over the summer.
Classroom libraries are often a student’s only way of finding literature easily. Does your classroom library represent the students in your classroom? Your classroom library should be inviting and organized and include books that are engaging. Want to know more? Read this Assessment Tool from First Book.
What are effective strategies for attracting and recruiting teachers? This panel discussion features leaders from TNTP, the Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education, the Learning Policy Institute, the National Council on Teacher Quality, and the American Federation of Teachers.
This video resource will help preschool and kindergarten teachers add interactive literacy activities to their day. Get parents involved too! This video will get you thinking about how to implement strategies for engagement.
Dr. Louisa Moats presented “What Do Phonemes Have to Do With It?” at the Patton Literacy Symposium in June 2022. In this video, accompanied by a PowerPoint, Dr. Moats discusses why phoneme awareness is challenging, how phoneme awareness differs from phonics, and what the research states about phonemic instruction.