On-demand writing is called “on demand” because of when it is done and how it is done. “On demand” is not the product itself.
Louisville Writing Project Fellow Sheryl Block shares tips for how you can help your students become proficient writers.
Learn how annotating texts can deepen a student’s understanding of the books they read.
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.
Christian County's Kara Stevenson explains why and how you can use guided reading in your classroom.
Hardin County's Jennifer Wilcox shares her tips for how she keeps reading instruction focused during small group rotations.
Bullitt County's Stacy Crawford Bewley shares what she uses to help her students focus on writing, particularly on grammar and mechanics.
Jamee Barton, Whitney Hamilton, Micki Ray and Teresa Rogers are the Kentucky Department of Education's literacy team.
The Bluegrass Book Buddies is an initiative inviting Kentuckians of all ages to try reading in a fresh way through meaningful community and shared experience.
The Strategic Education Research Partnership offers free tools for educators to help them teach word recognition, fluency and vocabulary in today’s classrooms.