Innovations in Literacy Professional Learning: Strengthening Equity, Access, & Sustainability
Energize your literacy knowledge, planning, and professional learning with this valuable addition to any literacy educator’s toolkit.
Literacy leaders Cynthia Greenleaf, Gayle Cribb, Mira-Lisa Katz, and Mary Stump have written a chapter, Professional Learning Designed to Cultivate Continuous Learning and Innovation, which calls on us all to create more opportunities for teachers to deepen their professional growth over time.
Published by Guilford Publishing, the book presents case studies of transformational initiatives tailored to culturally and linguistically diverse populations of teachers and students. Purchase the book and check out the companion video below, which features teachers and students who have participated in WestEd’s Reading Apprenticeship program.
This book was edited by Dana A. Robertson, Leigh A. Hall, and Cynthia H. Brock, and is presented in WestEd’s resource library with permission from Guilford Publishing.
Product InformationISBN: 978-1-4625-5130-9
Format: Trade Paper
Publisher: Guilford Press
Praise for this Resource
This book conveys leading-edge ideas. It offers practical ideas for professional learning that ensure teachers and students alike are supported to learn and to sustain their learning….It shares insights that will make such professional growth a reality. This powerful work is a major contribution to the development of teacher learning.Diane Lapp, EdD, San Diego State University
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