How do we foster a culture of reflection and collaboration? How do we create a habit of continuous learning?
Providing instructional leadership across grade levels and content areas is challenging. Many schools rely on external coaches to introduce new instructional methods; usually, they discover that any resulting changes fade out when the external contract ends. Reading Ways is implemented by your literacy leadership. We put our efforts into building your school's instructional leadership capacity so that when our contracts end, your school is ready to sustain and extend the initiative.
What does it mean to be a critical reader in math, science, or history? What are the challenges of learning in digital environments? What strategies can I use to support argumentation?
We believe that middle and high school teachers are heroes. They are passionate about their content area and seeing their students thrive. Too often, the learning opportunities provided to these professionals is of poor quality. Not on our watch.
Why are student scores “flat” in seventh grade? How should we roll out a literacy plan so that it does not compete with other district initiatives? How can we bring a new project to scale in our district or state?
Reading Ways is about bringing powerful learning to scale. Our leadership team has specialized training and experience in data analysis, research design, fiscal management, and large-scale implementation.
School leaders: Learn how to implement Reading Ways
Our program-implementation guide provides a detailed description of our courses, the implementation cycle, all of our programs and products, and a budget worksheet — everything a school leader needs to start building a multi-year literacy plan. Request yours now.
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