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4/11/2018

Would you teach someone to bake a cake by simply handing over a recipe to read? Or is it better to have them measure the ingredients, pour them into a bowl, watch as the mixture changes into a batter, then end with a delicious dessert? On the surface, it may seem that we learn by taking in information by following directions, but learning is somewhere in between using what we are told and the ...Read more »

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3/1/2018

This year’s multiday institute, Create a Coherent Vision for Literacy Learning: Getting Started with Fountas & Pinnell Classroom (FPC), is presented by Irene C. Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell, and will be held in Dallas, Texas from May 21-May 24, 2018. In this interactive four-day institute, Irene and Gay Su will present their vision to lift students’ literacy learning through authentic...Read more »

 

4/19/2018

You want your students to become flexible in their understanding of words. They need to realize that words can have shades of meaning––they need to understand slightly different meanings in different texts.

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