Literacy Resources Clearinghouse

Found 153 results
[ Author(Desc)] Title Type Year
R. Sherman, Kutner, M., Tibbetts, J., and Weidler, D., Professional Development Resources Supplement: Improving Instruction, Organization, and Learner Outcomes Through Professional Development, 2000.
D. J. Short and Fitzsimmons, S., Double the Work: New Alliance Report Calls for Increased Focus on English Language Learners in Discussions on Improving Adolescent Literacy– A report to Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2007.
K. G. Short, Kauffman, G., and Kahn, L. H., “I just need to draw”: Responding to literature across multiple sign systems, The Reading Teacher, vol. 54, 2000.
C. Smith and Gillespie, M., Research on Professional Development and Teacher Change: Implications Adult Basic Education, in Review of Adult Learning and Literacy, vol. 7, Cambridge, MA: National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy, 2007.
C. Smith, Hofer, J., Gillespie, M., Solomon, M., and Rowe, K., How Teachers Change: A Study of Professional Development in Adult Education, 2003.
S. Smith, Walker, B. J., and Yellin, D., From phonological awareness to fluency in each lesson, The Reading Teacher, vol. 58, 2004.
J. Smith, Technology-based projects and resources for adult basic education, Focus on the Basics, vol. 4, 2000.
C. E. Snow and Strucker, J., Lessons from Preventing Reading Difficulties in Young Children for Adult Learning and Literacy, in The Annual Review of Adult Learning and Literacy, vol. 1, Jessup, MD: Office of Educational Research and Improvement, 2000.
M. Souto-Manning and James, N., A Multi-Arts Approach to Early Literacy and Learning, Journal of Research in Childhood Education, vol. 23, pp. 82-95, 2008.
D. L. Spiegel, Fitzgerald, J., and Reck, M. H., Teaching children to use a context plus phonics strategy, Reading Horizons, vol. 25, 1985.
J. P. Spillane, Primary School Leadership Practice: How the Subject Matters, School Leadership and Management, vol. 25, 2005.
D. S. Strickland, The role of parents and grandparents in children’s cognitive development: Focus on language and literacy. White House Summit on Early Childhood Cognitive Development, 2001.
K. J. Swick, Promoting School and Life Success Through Early Childhood Family Literacy, Early Childhood Education Journal, vol. 36, pp. 403 - 406, 2009.