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TEACHING READING THE WRONG WAY?
Teacher preparation programs continue to ignore the sound science behind how people become readers.
DR. CAROL CONNOR FROM LEARNING OVATIONS AMONG THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST PROFESSORS
UCI’s School of Education is collaborating with the Departments of Cognitive
Sciences and Sociology to build an all-star team of faculty to work on creating
opportunity for children living in poverty.
TURN SMALL READING GROUPS INTO BIG WINS
In K–3 classrooms, teachers should devote a good chunk of every day to seeing children in small reading groups [so that] every child is being seen in a group at least two to three times a week.
YOU CAN LEARN A LOT FROM THIRD GRADERS
Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can, or you think you can't -- you're right.” The surprising thing about this remark is how it assigns agency to us, not outside forces. No doubt, the automation king witnessed his share of people arguing for their own limitations.