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Daily Lit Bit - 10/10/19

Systematic assessment is very helpful because the more precise you are in your assessment, the more effective you will be in your teaching.  (continue reading)
Thu, Oct 10, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 10/9/19

Within the social world of classrooms, students learn what it means to be a global citizen. Through books, learning extends beyond the classroom walls. They learn how to collaborate, how to learn, how to solve problems.  (continue reading)
Wed, Oct 9, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 10/7/19

School shouldn't be a place where everything is leveled. It should resemble a library or a bookstore where books are categorized by author, by topic, by genre, anything that would interest readers. We want the readers not to see themselves as a level, but as people who are choosing books that interest them and that they want to read.  (continue reading)
Mon, Oct 7, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 10/3/19

Rather than simply teach the level/book, notice and use behavioral evidence to guide your next teaching move.  (continue reading)
Thu, Oct 3, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 10/2/19

Powerful early intervention can change the path of a child’s journey to literacy.  (continue reading)
Wed, Oct 2, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 9/30/19

To be effective, intervention must incorporate everything we know about what students need to learn, especially those who are experiencing difficulty.  (continue reading)
Mon, Sep 30, '19

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