Read, write, lead : breakthrough strategies for schoolwide literacy success /

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Author / Creator:Routman, Regie.
Imprint:Alexandria : ASCD, 2014.
Description:1 online resource (xvii, 356 pages)
Subject:Language arts (Elementary)
Language arts (Secondary)
Educational leadership.
Educational leadership.
Language arts (Elementary)
Language arts (Secondary)
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Notes:Work with Reading Texts That Lead to Early Success.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 332-342) and index.
Online resource; title from title page (Ebrary, viewed Jan. 12, 2015).
Summary:Achieve dramatic academic improvement by entwining successful practices of literacy and leadership in your school.
Other form:Print version: Routman, Regie. Read, write, lead. Alexandria, Virginia : ASCD, [2014] 9781416618737
Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Note; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Why This Book, and Who Is It For?; Quick Wins; 1-Literacy and Leadership: Change That Matters; Learning from Teaching and Leading; Literacy Insights; Leadership Insights; Prepare People for Worthwhile Change; Put in Place a Solid Infrastructure; Focus on Worthwhile Instruction and Learning; Establish a Culture of Professional Trust; Professional Trust: What It Is and Why It Matters; Take Action to Promote Professional Trust; Become a "Positive Deviant"-A Force for Helpful Change.
  • Develop a Mindset for High AchievementTeach with a Sense of Agency and Urgency; Ask Uncommon Questions; Become a Teacher Who Also Leads; Become a Leader Who Also Knows Literacy; 2-Responsive Instruction, Feedback, and Assessment; Teach and Assess Responsively; Ask the Most Essential Questions First; Teach with Authenticity; Plan with the End in Mind; Provide More Choice Within Structure; Hear All the Voices; Embed Formative Assessment; Apply an Optimal Learning Model; Embrace Seamless Teaching; Shift to Whole-Part-Whole Teaching; Rely on Excellent Demonstrations.
  • Provide More Shared ExperiencesBuild in Sustained and Guided Practice; Work Toward Independence in Learning; Reap the Benefits of the OLM; Provide Effective Feedback; Apply Feedback Essentials; Use Effective Feedback to Build Professional Trust; 3-Reading and Writing Priorities; Develop Shared Beliefs; Start with Schoolwide Discussion of Literacy Beliefs; Connect Beliefs with Excellent Instructional Practices; Provide Access to Appropriate Texts; Ensure Access to Books for All Students; Use Riveting Literature; Establish Excellent Classroom Libraries with Students.
  • Guide Students to Choose Books They Can ReadUnderstand Text Complexity; Apply Reading Levels Judiciously; Expand Background Knowledge; Integrate Social Media and Technology into Literacy; Write for Audience and Purpose; Make Writing Authentic; Simplify the Teaching of Writing; Become a Writing Role Model; Notice What Authors Do; Embrace Public Writing Conferences; Put the Writer Before the Writing; Read for Enjoyment and Understanding; Focus on Reading Joy as Well as Reading Progress; Be a Reading Role Model; Rely on Relevant Research; Emphasize Comprehension.
  • Provide Adequate Reading SupportsEnsure Sustained Time for Independent Reading; Instill Daily Reading Conferences; Aim for Self-Determining Readers; 4-Reducing the Need for Intervention; Focus Teaching at the Universal Level; Increase Teacher Effectiveness; Apply the Common Core Standards Wisely; Emphasize Prevention; Ensure Excellent Literacy Instruction in Kindergarten; Intervene Early; Avoid Summer Reading Loss; Embrace the Reading/Writing Connection; Employ Principles of Response to Intervention; Focus on Meaning; Choose Programs and Resources Carefully: Pay Attention to Research.