Posted on September 8, 2014
Columnist Paul Fain describes faculty opportunities to improve disciplinary literacy.
Posted on August 4, 2014
Pennsylvania AP teachers bring Reading Apprenticeship to their AP courses—with outstanding results. [Read More...]
Posted on July 23, 2014
Reading Apprenticeship gains increased state-level attention in Indiana.
It’s the second week of school. Rob Cushman’s biology students have done a little reading and talking about scientific inquiry. They have sampled different genres of science text. They have tried out a couple of partner Think Alouds. Rob has introduced a metacognitive bookmark and metacognitive reading logs. To students, this Reading Apprenticeship stuff is WEIRD. “Mr. Cushman, How do we know this is working?” [Read more...]
Reading Apprenticeship has been a key element in the New Haven (CA) school district’s successful $29.3 million Race to the Top proposal—both in winning the grant and in meeting the district’s goals for students. Lisa Metzinger, who directs the district RTTT grant, cites the central role of Reading Apprenticeship PD in preparing New Haven secondary students for the Common Core, college, and careers. [Read more...]