Preparing Effective Teachers of Reading
Putting Research Findings to Work for Student Learning
©2008 Textbook XXVIII, 160 Pages
Preparing Effective Teachers of Reading will show educators and administrators (K–12 and higher education) how a higher education initiative used collaboration and partnerships to respond to one of the greatest needs facing the nation—improving the reading achievement of poor and minority children. The book will also provide readers with a forum for understanding scientifically-based reading research (SBRR) and instruction, and the five essential components of reading. In addition, the book will showcase, through evaluation findings and a case study, how diverse geographic, ethnic, and racial institutions are creating national models for bridging the achievement gap in reading, teaching reading, preparing new teachers, and engaging key stakeholders by transforming curricula and syllabi, establishing reading centers, and providing directed teaching and tutoring experiences for candidates.
- XXVIII, 160
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- New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2008. XXVIII, 160 pp.