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Description - Negotiating Literacy Learning by Janine Bixler

Teaching professionals encounter students at varying levels of literacy proficiency and achievement. Negotiating Literacy Learning brilliantly illustrates eight real-life examples of children who struggle with reading, outlining the steps eight master teachers take to diagnose and remediate those problems. The cases shared in this text identify reading difficulties that teachers typically encounter in their classrooms, walking readers through each teacher's method for negotiating learning. Cases are organized in a clear and succinct manner, beginning with assessments followed by an instructional decision-making process to demonstrate a methodology you can follow to ensure that your students reach their literacy potential. This book is for all professionals who believe that teaching requires a commitment to learning from and listening to students in order to improve teaching responses.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780131714137
ISBN-10: 0131714139
Format: Paperback
(235mm x 191mm x 6mm)
Pages: 120
Imprint: Allyn & Bacon
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Publish Date: 27-Feb-2008
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Janine Bixler

Janine Bixler, an associate professor at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, New York has been involved in literacy education for more than twenty years as a classroom teacher, consultant, and teacher educator. The focus of her research and teaching is on supporting teachers to work with urban children as young readers, writers, and communicators, both in and out of the classroom.