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Teaching Every Child to Read: Frequently Asked Questions

Teachers, school administrators, state department of education staff, professional development groups, and parents will find Teaching Every Child to Read: Frequently Asked Questions and the Professional Development Guide particulary useful. These resources, based on the latest research, include detailed suggestions on how to apply the research to learning, references to more detailed studies of individual topics, and engaging discussion topics.

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Based on the same model as CIERA's immensely popular Every Child a Reader package, Teaching Every Child to Read: Frequently Asked Questions offers fresh answers to ten of the most pressing questions about teaching reading, as raised by teachers, school administrators, and district or state language arts coordinators. Bringing in fresh information from the ever-growing field of literacy research, Teaching Every Child to Read continues the work of Every Child a Reader by detailing new and effective techniques for teaching reading in a changing world.

Teaching Every Child to Read covers a wide range of important topics in straightforward, practical terms, making it the perfect professional development tool for use at the state, local, or individual level. The package is carefully coordinated with a companion reader, Teaching Every Child to Read: Professional Development Guide, which supports the further exploration of key topics.

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Spanning a wide range of backgrounds and specializations, Teaching Every Child to Read's contributing authors are among the leading researchers and educators in their fields. In this new package they offer users their expert advice on research-driven and classroom-tested approaches for teaching reading, all condensed into a clear, concise, and user-friendly format.

Authors:

  • Deanna Birdyshaw, University of Michigan/CIERA
  • M. Susan Burns, George Mason University
  • Joanne F. Carlisle, University of Michigan/CIERA
  • Nell K. Duke, Michigan State University/CIERA
  • Georgia Earnest Garcia, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
  • James V. Hoffman, University of Texas/CIERA
  • Susan B. Neuman, University of Michigan/CIERA
  • Scott G. Paris, University of Michigan/CIERA
  • P. David Pearson, Michigan State University/CIERA
  • Virginia Richardson, University of Michigan/CIERA
  • Robert Rueda, University of Southern California/CIERA
  • Steven A. Stahl, University of Georgia/CIERA
  • Barbara M. Taylor, University of Minnesota/CIERA


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