Improving Literacy Instruction With Classroom Research Paperback / softback
Paperback / softback
"Filled with reflective questions, keen insights, and helpful resources, this engaging book supports both novice and veteran classroom researchers.
At the heart of all of the research is how best to support, engage, and extend learners.
As teachers read the clearly delineated steps, they will be energized to confidently engage in their own classroom research."-Cheryl L.
Dozier, Assistant ProfessorUniversity at Albany, State University of New YorkImplement classroom research to develop effective practices in literacy instruction!
Teaching reading skills effectively can be a complex and challenging process for many educators.
Theresa A. Deeney provides a detailed primer that illustrates how to create and implement classroom research projects focused on assessing and strengthening literacy instruction.
Improving Literacy With Classroom Research presents a comprehensive overview of the classroom research cycle, which involves noticing a problem, initiating an inquiry, planning for and implementing change, analyzing and reflecting on the results, and developing an action plan.
The author includes: Guidelines, charts, tables, and information to help educators initiate their own projectsRecommendations for collecting and analyzing dataResearch about five core areas of reading instruction-phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehensionExamples of authentic teacher research projects focused on literacy skills and instructional practicesThis guide shows how to use teacher inquiry and reflection to bring about significant improvements in literacy instruction.
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