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How can we lead from our seat?

Dec 16, 2022 9:54:30 AM
How can we lead from our seat?

Hi Literacy Lovers,

In our recent podcast episode, we chat with our friends at UnboundEd about Going GLEAM. Lacey Robinson and Andrea Hancock share the GLEAM process - grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful - and ways that educators can feel empowered to lead from their seat. Lacey and Andrea want teachers to know and believe they have power! We’re so glad you’re here to learn with us. 


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Related Episodes  

In Episode 51: Shanita Rapatalo: The Science of Reading, An Equity Issue, Shanita shares why the science of reading is an equity issue. In this blog, she shares what changed when she began using the science of reading to inform her instruction: “I began to see real results from my students, especially those struggling with reading at grade level. It was as if I gave them the code to learning… It also informed how I advised teachers. Instead of advising teachers to use the running record programs they were given, which essentially stifles students’ reading growth, I gave them additional resources to teach systematic phonics.” 

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