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Voices Literature & Writing systematically involves students in far-reaching themes and activities for character and social development that address the main goals and indicators of the Character Education Partnership’s 11 Principles of Effective Character Education.
Tracy Elizabeth, M.A.T., Ed.M., and Robert L. Selman, Ph.D., review educational policy shifts from the past 25 years that have influenced the teaching of social development in schools. The authors also discuss how to integrate teaching academic-content knowledge and social awareness in a way that supports the Common Core State Standards. This white paper has been reposted with permission from its publisher, Saperstein Associates.
Steve Graham, Ed.D., explores the current state of writing achievement in the United States and the foundational skills and strategies that underlie good writing ability. Graham also provides a prescription for writing success, to better prepare students for the Common Core State Standards, college, and career. This white paper has been reposted with permission from its publisher, Saperstein Associates.
Rebecca Bowers Sipe, Ed.D., discusses the 30 years of foundational research that provided the basis for Strategies for Writers.
An article by Rebecca Bowers Sipe, Ed.D., covers how the six traits of the writing process are essential elements of effective writing instruction.
A highly effective format for process writing instruction, this article discusses how the Writer’s Workshop incorporates authentic practices within a consistent structure.
Amy Humphreys, Ed.M., addresses the importance of differentiating instruction and the related evidence-based information that is available with Strategies for Writers Extensions Online.
An article by James Scott Miller, M.Ed., discussing the benefits of rubrics in measuring quality of writing.
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