For the past five years, through a collaboration among Shelby County public schools, the Ohio Valley Education Cooperative and the Public Education Business Coalition of Denver, teachers in the OVEC region have been able to access professional learning on annotating.
Learn how annotating texts can deepen a student’s understanding of the books they read.
Murray Independent’s Holly Bloodworth discusses how her summer reading program helps prevent the summer slide in reading achievement.
Check out these literacy professional learning opportunities and find out how you can help your students become better readers and writers.
If we are to empower our students to become good writers, we must move beyond our former feelings of inadequacy as writers and teach our students how to communicate in a written format.
Kimberly Mucker Johnson says her unique position allows her to reach out to and learn from a wide range of teachers.
March 2016 has been designated as Kentucky Literacy Celebration, with a month-long recognition of the importance of literacy.
The Collaborative Center for Literacy Development’s Kentucky Reading Project provides teachers with free graduate credit, high quality professional learning and a great opportunity to improve their literacy instruction.
Kelly Philbeck, the Literacy Design Collaborative lead for Kentucky, shares her expertise on how the teacher-friendly literacy system distributes the responsibility for reading and writing across content areas.
The deadline for applying for the Louisville Writing Project Summer Institute is March 2.