She is a native New Yorker and has worked professionally as a playwright, teacher, dramaturg and journalist in the USA and Australia. She researches in the areas of creativity and the arts, performance, digital media and social change. Anne is the editor and creator of the book series Creativity, Education and the Arts Palgrave Macmillanthe ABER co-editor of the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, on the editorial board of several journals, and the following book series: She is also a professional playwright, musician and spoken word performer, and enjoys performing research of all kinds.
Now, with their latest collaboration, Lyons and Pinnell turn their eye to K-6 literacy teachers' professional development, offering the theories, designs, guidelines, examples, and materials needed to bring about schoolwide, long-lasting change.
Lyons and Pinnell asked themselves: What if we could provide high-quality, ongoing professional development and coaching for literacy teachers that result in improving their students' achievement?
Everything is covered, including how to get started the right way, what materials are needed and where to find them, what are the best activities for effective, hands-on practice, and how to develop K-6 inservice courses throughout the year.
Particular emphasis is placed on how to help teachers of the reading and writing processes improve via coaching.
Most books about teacher-education processes are generic in their descriptions. This one is different. It is uniquely designed to enable staff developers and teacher educators to help teachers become effective in their teaching of the reading and writing processes.
A framework for conceptualizing professional development programs is presented, along with guidelines, descriptions, and examples for using this framework to create a comprehensive K-6 professional development literacy program.
Developing Teachers' Conceptual Knowledge and Skills 1. Understanding and Supporting Adult Learning 2. Learning to Be Literate 4. Implementing High-Quality Professional Development 5.
Organizing and Implementing a Professional Development System 6. Assessing the Classroom Context 8. Introducing and Trying New Procedures: Enabling Professional Development Through Coaching 9. Analysis of Teaching as a Base Analysis of Literacy Instruction Working for Shifts in Teaching Supporting Lasting Change The Challenge of Professional Development Design, Professional Development, and Performance Standards Learning to Become a Teacher Educator:Feb 23, · Forums Advocating for Education in a Unique Political Climate Our May policy forum will provide an opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the impact of the contemporary political climate on education.
If we truly care about all Australian children and young people becoming literate I believe it is vital we understand and define the complexity of literacy. The conflation of different terms like reading instruction and literacy is not very useful.
While reading is part of literacy, literacy is a. Inclusive Education. Inclusive education is a commitment to excellence and equity in education with an appreciation of student diversity. It is about addressing barriers to learning and improving the engagement, achievement, and wellbeing of all students.
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