This post looks at reading anchor standards 1-6 through the lens of practice and looks at the ways in which these standards imply the need to read a lot.
In this final post of our series about the importance of practice and the way in which it is honored by the Common Core State Standards, we analyze the final four reading anchor standards to explore how the importance of practice is implied by these standards.
In this post, we begin to look at implementing the Common Core standards. What does it mean to “shift” our practice?
This blog offers practical suggestions for making sure your literacy instruction is complete. It recommends a strategy for using sticky notes to plan a week schedule.
As we think about gearing up to implement the Common Core in the upcoming school year, we urge you to revisit our post about the language used in the Common Core document reminding teachers that the standards focus on “results rather than means.”
Blog by Peter Johnston discussing what would happen if we focused less on teaching and more on engagement.