Establishing and maintaining a strong culture of literacy depends on collaborative partnerships between educators, literacy specialists and coaches, and administrators.
This ILA Resource Collection explores the opportunities these literacy leaders have to work together and covers topics such as incorporating digital tools into coaching, balancing the roles of the literacy professional, and serving as protectors of access and opportunity for students.
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Ten steps anyone can take to become a literacy leader, embed literacy into the school culture, and transform a school through the power of stories. *This video was created exclusively for the Literacy Coaching, Collaboration, and Leadership collection.
Speaker(s): Don Vu
Benefits of using templates to prioritize literacy standards, organize short- and long-term planning goals, and help leave an impact as a coach. *This video was created exclusively for the Literacy Coaching, Collaboration, and Leadership collection.
Speaker(s): Kenneth Kunz
How coaches worked with teachers to improve vocabulary instruction and collaboratively leveraged digital tools to create accessible ways for the coaches and teachers to interact. *This video was created exclusively for the Literacy Coaching, Collaboration, and Leadership collection.
Speaker(s): Dana A. Robertson
Lessons learned regarding teacher collaboration, building connections with students, and celebrating growth. *This video is excerpted from a full session.
Speaker(s): Lisa Forehand
A look at how to manage time effectively to combine the job descriptions of reading specialist and literacy coach.
Author(s): Bethanie C. Pletcher, Alida K. Hudson, Lini John, and Alison Scott
New ways to think about topics in coaching and professional development, including differentiating PD, providing feedback, and student outcomes.
Author(s): Denise N. Morgan, Celeste C. Bates, Lisa D. Aker, Jaime Dawson, Becca D. Doswell, Pam Lancaster, Enrique A. Puig, and Jeff L. Williams
Underlying principles that have guided some of the most successful efforts to improve processes and patterns of literacy teaching and learning around the world.
Author(s): Cynthia Greenleaf, Mira-Lisa Katz, and Aaron Wilson
How curriculum, professional development, and leadership are crucial for implementing reading reform at the classroom, school, and system levels.
Author(s): Sarah Woulfin and Rachael E. Gabriel
How a coach and teacher made flexible use of digital technology to carve out additional time and space for problem solving as they worked to support multilingual second-grade students.
Author(s): Christine M. Leighton, Evelyn Ford-Connors, Dana A. Robertson, Jennifer Wyatt, Christopher J. Wagner, C. Patrick Proctor, and Jeanne R. Paratore
On instilling the idea that literacy is everyone’s responsibility and creating an environment where opportunities exist in and out of the classroom for students to use their literacy skills.
Author(s): Linda Jacobson