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Good to Great Teaching Focusing on the Literacy Work That Matters

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ISBN-10: 0325043698

ISBN-13: 9780325043692

Edition: 2012

Authors: Mary Howard

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"We often talk about the importance of, and benefits of focused intentional teaching. Mary Howard is not only the champion of such instruction, but she coaches the rest of us, breaking it down so we can all do great work that truly matters."-Gail Bousheyand Joan Moser(the Sisters), authors of The Daily FiveIn this valuable resource for teachers, Mary Howard shares a step-by-step process for focusing on the literacy work that matters in any effective literacy design-including schools implementing theCommon Core State Standards and an RTI model-to identify good work, to celebrate great work, and to accommodate high quality literacy practices. Throughout Good to Great Teaching, Mary describes…    
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Book details

List price: $25.63
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Heinemann
Publication date: 8/29/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.858
Language: English

Mary Howard is the author of the Heinemann titles Good to Great Teaching, RTI from All Sides and Moving Forward with RTI. A "teacher's teacher," she's been an educator for almost four decades. Mary combines extensive experiences as a special education, Title I, and Reading Recovery teacher with continued in-school support as a reading consultant and literacy coach. She understands the realities of today's classroom and supports teachers across the country in creating high-quality literacy experiences for every child.

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Building a Common Understanding for Bad Work, Good Work, and Great Work
Generating Vision Statements and Overarching Goals to Guide Our Literacy Design
Sharpening Our Student Lens to Accommodate Targeted Differentiation
Designing an Inclusive Instructional Plan that Allows Time for More Great Work
Reframing Assessment as a Professional Tool to Promote Instructional Change
Sustaining Our Great Work as We Keep the Momentum Going
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