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Daily Lit Bit - 5/20/19

Guided reading is not the entire literacy program; rather, it is a vital and necessary part of it. We discuss a design for literacy—one that can be built over time.  (continue reading)
Mon, May 20, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/16/19

A common curriculum means coherence across the grades and supports a common language for talking about teaching and learning.  (continue reading)
Thu, May 16, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/13/19

We know that teachers are individuals, and of course, you develop your own individual styles. But in pursuit of coherence, hold some things in common across the school for the benefit of student learning.  (continue reading)
Mon, May 13, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/9/19

Work with colleagues in your school to establish a set of core values that will form the backbone for every decision you make. A set of values is not the same as a comprehensive curriculum. It’s a known set of statements that gives you a touchstone against which to measure your decisions.  (continue reading)
Thu, May 9, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/8/19

We favor embracing the open door and becoming part of a learning community of colleagues—all of whom share common goals, take risks, and find the rewards of continuous professional growth. This takes time and problem solving but if achieved, it will have big payoff for students.  (continue reading)
Wed, May 8, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/6/19

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, May 6, '19

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