Edited by: Timothy V. Rasinski
Contributors: Peter Afflerbach, Richard L. Allington, Rita M. Bean, Donald R. Bear, Camille L.Z. Blachowicz, Ruth Culham, Patricia M. Cunningham, Peter J. Fisher, Linda B. Gambrell, James V. Hoffman, Lesley Mandel Morrow, Maureen McLaughlin, Maryann Mraz, P. David Pearson, Timothy V. Rasinski, Timothy Shanahan, William H. Teale, Shane Templeton, Richard T. Vacca, Susan Watts-Taffe, Junko Yokota
This book presents a deep and thoughtful conversation about what is meant by effective reading instruction for all students.
Publication date: January 27, 2011
Teaching reading is a complex task without a simple formula for developing quality instruction. The authors present a deep and thoughtful conversation about what is meant by effective reading instruction for all students. Rather than build on or alter existing models, this book considers how educators and policymakers might think about rebuilding and reconceptualizing reading education, perhaps from the ground up.
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Product Code: BKF399
Published By: Solution Tree
Page Count: 352
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