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Daily Lit Bit - 9/26/19

Use language from The Literacy Continuum with parents. Each level in the guided reading continuum has descriptions of what students are doing at that level.  (continue reading)
Thu, Sep 26, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 9/25/19

Explain to parents and families that levels aren’t intended to categorize students, but in the hands of teachers, they inform instruction.  (continue reading)
Wed, Sep 25, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 9/23/19

When communicating with parents, use clear indicators of a student’s processing abilities such as understanding, word-solving abilities, accuracy or fluency.  (continue reading)
Mon, Sep 23, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 9/19/19

When you respond precisely to students' observable behaviors, you can meet students where they are and lead them forward with intention and precision.  (continue reading)
Thu, Sep 19, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 9/18/19

The decisions you make based on the data you collect will be the heartbeat of your responsive teaching.  (continue reading)
Wed, Sep 18, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 9/16/19

One cannot teach effectively without gathering information about the unique strengths and needs of each learner.  (continue reading)
Mon, Sep 16, '19

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