Informative articles, research summaries and papers focus on literacy in children. Highlights a special segment of Position Papers in “How Young Children Learn to Read in High/Scope Programs.” In addition, specific advice and suggestions for parents and teachers and a schedule of relevant trainings and conferences are offered. Literacy information applicable to infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary school students.
Reading Comprehension: Teaching Reading Comprehension, Teaching Reading Strategies
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A substantial collection of early literacy information. Includes information and articles on teaching reading strategies and reading comprehension activities to elucidate literacy and reading in young children. Other topics covered include bilingualism, developmental disabilities, phonics and technology and literacy. Features additional tips, advice, a parenting guide, and a schedule of trainings and conferences.
Reading Rockets is a national multimedia project offering information and resources on how kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how adults including parents, teachers, librarians, school psychologists, etc. can help. Reading Rockets creates and disseminates information about reading through PBS television programs, online services, and professional development opportunities.
Zero to Three provides practical tips and research-based information on early literacy for parents and/or professionals such as child care providers and pediatricians. Topics covered include language and literacy development and book preferences. The site also includes tips of the week and "Parenting A-Z."
Offers practical and research information and online journal articles on child literacy. Includes literacy in the classroom with reading comprehension activities, articles on teaching reading strategies, technology and literacy and other topics.
Summaries of current knowledge prepared especially for parents, with links to other relevant web sites. Articles cover how reading skills develop, difficulties with reading, and parents who have trouble reading. From the University of Michigan Health System.
The Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement Provides academic, technical articles and instructional resources on early literacy. Provides information on teaching reading strategies, reading books to children and story writing. covers topics such as reading comprehension activities, story writing, home and school effects and staff development.
Colorín Colorado provides information, activities, and advice for Spanish-speaking parents and educators of English language learners (ELLs). The parent's section is completely bilingual. For educators, there are downloadable resources for PreK-3 teachers (most resources are also relevant for grades 4-8) who have one or more English language learners (ELLs) in their class. The educator's section provides practical, research-based, and best-practice information and strategies for teaching English language learners.
Dr. Barbara Foorman discusses research on a variety of interventions for literacy in early childhood and school-age children. She presents effective intervention options for classrooms as well as individual students in need of literacy intervention support.
This article discusses reading interventions for third graders. It also discusses Early identification, intervention, and the success rates of retention.
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- After School Care
- Bilingual Education
- Charter Schools
- Child Care/preschool
- Early Intervention -Practices
- Early Intervention- Literacy
- Gifted Children
- Health Care in Schools
- Home Schooling
- Language Delays
- Learning Disabilities
- Multicultural Education
- Out-of-school Time
- Parent Involvement
- Parents' Rights
- Physical Disabilities
- Preschool Curriculum
- School Psychology
- School Readiness
- School Violence
- Special Education