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Packed with stimulating activities and innovative strategies, this how-to book addresses all levels of learner-centered instruction and literacy. More Than 100 Ways to Learner-Centered Literacy provides a wealth of strategies that teachers can implement to design a literate environment, orchestrate student interactions, increase students' fluency and comprehension, and build the cognitive skills students will need for life-long learning. The revised edition: Offers updated research Addresses the current educational environment Presents additional strategies and examples…mehr

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Packed with stimulating activities and innovative strategies, this how-to book addresses all levels of learner-centered instruction and literacy. More Than 100 Ways to Learner-Centered Literacy provides a wealth of strategies that teachers can implement to design a literate environment, orchestrate student interactions, increase students' fluency and comprehension, and build the cognitive skills students will need for life-long learning. The revised edition: Offers updated research Addresses the current educational environment Presents additional strategies and examples
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Laura Lipton is codirector of MiraVia, LLC, a publishing and development firm in Sherman, CT. Lipton is an international consultant whose writing, research, and seminars focus on effective and innovative instructional practices and building professional and organizational capacities for enhanced learning. She engages with schools and school districts, designing and conducting workshops on organizational development, learning-focused instruction, literacy development, and strategies to support beginning teachers. Lipton applies her extensive experience with adult learners to workshops and seminars conducted throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand on such topics as learning-focused relationships, data-driven dialogue, teacher leadership, action research, and learning-focused mentoring. She is the author and coauthor of numerous publications related to organizational and professional development, learning-focused schools, and literacy development.