Academic and literacy expert Misty says high school teachers need to ensure their students have a solid grasp of vocabulary across all disciplines.
There are three questions teachers need to ask when critiquing a literacy program for use in their classroom, according to literacy expert Sharon Callen.
Conducting short targeted interventions and using the right assessments to form groups will ensure greater differentiation in the classroom, says leading educator Rob Vingerhoets.
Students can use different text types to find joy in reading informational books, rather than only seeking them out for an assignment.
Inferring is a reading comprehension strategy that should be continually modelled across all year levels.
Amelia McInerney says it’s important for students to have freedom in the writing process to better express themselves.