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Ill. teachers learn to support readers in freshman course

NCLE SmartBrief | Jul 18, 2016

Teachers in an Illinois high school recently learned how to teach freshman seminar, a course required for all students that focuses on reading and study skills. Taught by the district's assistant superintendent of curriculum, the teachers learned about literacy strategies, such as using read-alouds to build fluency, plus teaching vocabulary and background knowledge to improve comprehension. Herald & Review (Decatur, Ill.) (07/14)


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Excluding administrative duties (e.g., planning field trips, ordering materials, scheduling duties, etc.), how much time per week do you spend working in structured collaboration with other educators?

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