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Coming Together as Readers: Building Literacy Teams 2ed

by Donna Ogle Corwin Press
Pub Date:
07/2007
ISBN:
9781412954198
Format:
Hbk 224 pages
Price:
AU$145.00 NZ$150.43
Product Status: Not Our Publication - we no longer distribute
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This research-based second edition helps educators build a successful reading culture at all grade levels by developing community collaborations that include parents, university partnerships, and libraries.

Foreword by Dorothy Strickland Author's Foreword Preface About the Author 1. Beginning to Share Literacy 2. Teachers Working Together 3. Building a Literacy Community in the Classroom 4. Working Together With Students' Families 5. Working Together at the

'This book is perfect for use by teachers and school administrators looking to bridge the reading gap between the school and community. The book has many useful and relevant suggestions.' Ken Schofield, Principal 'I absolutely enjoyed the text. The studies and research-based decisions make the text valuable for schools that are working on their school improvement plans. This book could be used as a textbook for reading improvement!' Lyndon Oswald, Principal 'The author holds background as not only a teacher and professor but also former president of the International Reading Association, and provides creative ideas for using university partnerships and family involvement alike to shape reading habits at all levels of education.' The Bookwatch, September 2007