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Daily Lit Bit - 5/29/19

The ability to observe, analyze, and interpret reading behavior is foundational to effective teaching.  (continue reading)
Wed, May 29, '19

Daily Lit Bit – 4/3/19

When teachers systematically observe the literacy strengths and needs of all students, it can inform instruction and teaching can be powerful and responsive.  (continue reading)
Wed, Apr 3, '19

Daily Lit Bit – 4/1/19

Goal of systematic assessment is to make teaching efficient and responsive.  (continue reading)
Mon, Apr 1, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/28/19

There are so many factors at play in the reading process. The more teachers know, the more effectively they can support really effective processing.  (continue reading)
Thu, Mar 28, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/27/19

Reflect on your assessment analysis and observations, and engage in a discussion with colleagues to plan rich and comprehensive literacy experiences that meet learners where they are and bring them forward with intention and precision.  (continue reading)
Wed, Mar 27, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/25/19

The primary purpose of assessment is to gather data to inform teaching. If assessment does not result in improved teaching then its value in school diminishes greatly.  (continue reading)
Mon, Mar 25, '19

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