Handbook for the K-12 Reading Resource Specialists, A, 1st edition

  • Marguerite C. Radencich
  • Penny G. Beers
  • Jeanne Shay Schumm

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Overview

Here's a how-to book for Reading Resource Specialists in a school-based curriculum leadership role at all levels. It includes activities, suggestions, tips boxes, forms, and questionnaires for immediate implementation. There is on other book on the market for Reading Resource Specialists. A Longwood Professional Book.

Table of contents



Introduction.


Foreword.

I. THE RESOURCE ROLE: THE PROCESS.

 1. Getting Started.

 2. Developing the School Program from September to June.

 3. Developing Communication Techniques.

 4. Becoming a Change Agent.

II. THE RESOURCE ROLE: THE CONTENT.

 5. Reading and the Total School Environment.

 6. Structuring Programs.

 7. Assisting Teachers with Teaching and Learning Strategies.

 8. Analyzing Instructional Materials.

 9. Assessing Student Performance: An Ongoing, Decision-Making Process.

10. Implementing Motivational Reading/Writing Programs.

11. Providing Staff Development.

APPENDICES.

A. Communication Tools.

B. Instructional Aids.

C. Tools of the Trade.

D. Evaluation/Assessment Tools.

E. Supervising Reading Resource Teachers.

Index.

Published by Pearson (March 30th 1993) - Copyright © 1993