EduGains new doc: Student Achievement Literacy Planning Resource

September 16, 2016 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

Newly released from EduGains,  Adolescent Literacy:

The Student Achievement Literacy Planning Resource (2016) is a tool that supports the collaborative efforts SSLs, system and school leaders and teams to plan for and implement deep, precise and targeted actions that support literacy instruction and achievement.  This resource consolidates effective practices from Ontario boards, schools and classrooms for identifying and addressing the needs of students facing literacy challenges.

Effective literacy practices in this resource are organized under three headings:

  1. Literacy leadership
  2. Collaborative professional learning
  3. Supports for students

The document is a bit hidden – you gotta know where it is:  Click on < Resource Collection by Topic / Improvement Planning > in the left menu under System Leader on the Literacy K-12 site.

Check it out! Rowan

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