What are digital and disciplinary literacy, and why are they so important right now? We dive into these questions with Laura B. Hansen, director of Teaching and Learning Connections at NWEA.
The essence of family literacy is that parents are supported as the first teachers of their children.” Family Literacy is the idea that long after diapers and baby steps, our children have so much to learn by watching, observing, and collaborating with trusted adults at home, particularly when it comes to building a strong foundation for reading with confidence. On this episode, we dive deeper into this idea and share the how and why of building and sustain robust family literacy practices.
Writing is an essential life skill. It opens doors for kids and adults alike and helps us better understand the world around us.
In this best of Teach. Learn. Grow. eBook, you’ll hear from several experts on writing and writing instruction. They’ll help you better understand how writing is learned and how best to support your student writer at home.
Literacy can be a big predictor of how a child will do in school—and even whether they’ll graduate. There’s a lot families can do to support a young reader at home. This collection of Teach. Learn. Grow. blog posts by NWEA literacy experts will walk you through exactly what to try. (If you’re an educator eager to support families reading at home, please share this e-book with them!)
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