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Reading Rockets

Read these tips for helping your child figure out when to ask for help with reading (Spanish version).

Topic: Writing

Doing What Works

English teacher Jim Burke created this template to help secondary students take notes as they read a text.

Topic: Comprehension

Doing What Works

This student booklet was created by a second-grade teacher to help her students keep track of the reading strategies they have learned and to remind them to use them as they read. Watch the presentation, Targeting Reading Strategies: Summarizing to hear how Stanley uses these booklets in her classroom.

Topic: Comprehension

Reading Rockets

Read these tips for helping your child figure out when to ask for help with reading.

Topic: Writing

Understood.org

Here are 10 stay-calm phrases you can use to redirect conversation and defuse tense situations.

Topic: Advocacy

The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk

This document distills the latest research findings into 10 easy-to-follow recommendations that states, school districts, and schools can use to implement in-school tutoring.

Topic: Interventions, Reading Disabilities

The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk

This document distills the latest research findings into 10 easy-to-follow recommendations that states, school districts, and schools can use to improve reading intervention. Also included is a list of research evidence supporting the recommendations.

Topic: Reading Disabilities, Interventions

Meadows Center

The ninth installment of MCPER's "10 Key" series, this document distills the latest research findings into 10 easy-to-follow recommendations that states, school districts, and schools can use to improve instruction for English language learners.

Topic: English Learners

Meadows Center


The third installment of MCPER's new "10 Key" series, this document distills the latest research findings into 10 easy-to-follow recommendations that states, school districts, and schools can use to improve elementary students' reading outcomes. Also included are descriptions of what students should know and be able to do at the elementary grade levels.

Topic: Vocabulary, Comprehension, Writing

The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk

This handbook describes ten reading practices for middle and high schools with strong evidence of effectiveness from high-quality research, including selected grade level descriptions of what students should know and be able to do.

Topic: Vocabulary, Comprehension, Writing

Meadows Center

The second installment of MCPER's new "10 Key" series, this document distills the latest research findings into 10 easy-to-follow recommendations that states, school districts, and schools can use to improve students' writing outcomes.

Topic: Writing

Understood.org

In this video, Understood explains its top 10 tips for a better IEP meeting.

Topic: Advocacy

Understood

Watch this presentation to learn some useful rules about phonics and spelling.

Topic: Writing

Student Achievement Partners

These documents name instructional content priorities in mathematics (K-8, high school) and ELA/literacy (K–12). These were developed for the 2020-21 academic year in response to the disruption of the global pandemic of COVID-19.* They provide guidance for the field about the content priorities by leveraging the structure and emphases of college- and career-ready mathematics and ELA/literacy standards.

Topic: Remote Learning

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop

This checklist shares three questions for families to ask before downloading apps for kids.

Topic: Advocacy

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