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Daily Lit Bit - 6/27/19

As teachers, our task is to help students move from the beginnings of processing to fully functioning systems that expand over time and across texts.  (continue reading)
Thu, Jun 27, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/26/19

The Literacy Continuum does not represent neat stages of learning. Readers vary in what they give attention to and enjoy. And they are all different from each other.  (continue reading)
Wed, Jun 26, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/24/19

Learners progress in their individual ways, but they ultimately reach the same goal – a complex and flexible literacy processing system.  (continue reading)
Mon, Jun 24, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/20/19

Learning does not automatically happen; most students need expert teaching to develop high levels of reading and writing expertise.  (continue reading)
Thu, Jun 20, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/19/19

A learner might make tremendous gains in one area while seeming to almost “stand still” in another. It’s our job to provide these learning opportunities and guide their attention so that learning in one area supports learning in others.  (continue reading)
Wed, Jun 19, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/17/19

When teachers with a common vision work together over time, and have the lift of excellent professional learning, they develop a common knowledge about the nature of learning.  (continue reading)
Mon, Jun 17, '19

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