Check out the latest edition of Pennsylvania Reads! This issue features an opening essay written by Sharon Walpole, a prominent literacy researcher. Dr. Walpole suggests a simple plan that will enable literacy teachers to deliver organized and effective literacy instruction each day.
The featured articles present information on relevant issues such as teaching poetry, curricular support for teaching children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, effective implementation of the Interactive Read aloud, integrating QAR with Wiki technology, and using digital stories in the classroom. In addition to these high quality manuscripts, the journal includes three position papers prepared by Pennsylvania Reading Teacher Educators (PRTE), a special interest group of KSRA. PRTE papers focus on the important topics of literacy coaching, RtII, and adolescent literacy.
Everyone is sure to find something of interest in this edition!