Dr. Donna Scanlon, University at Albany | June 27, 2011, 8:30 am-3 pm
Classroom instruction plays a powerful role in literacy development and can be a determining factor in whether a child does, or does not experience literacy difficulties. To optimize outcome for all literacy learners, classroom literacy instruction needs to comprehensively address the multiple knowledge sources and problem solving strategies that effective reader and writers draw upon. In this presentation, Dr. Scanlon will discuss these knowledge sources and strategies and consider how they can be addressed in various components of language arts instruction.
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Sponsored by: NYS RtI Technical Assistance Center
June 27, 2011