Recommendations for Summer Book Studies – Literacy

March 26th, 2019

Summer is approaching, and book studies are on the brain. Stenhouse would like to help you choose the books that will boost your professional learning in a meaningful way, and get you excited to get into the classroom next year to put what you’ve learned into action.

Here are two literacy titles you can add to your list along with their accompanying Study Guides!

Create a School-Wide Culture of Life-Long Learners

Literacy Essentials by Regie Routman isn’t just about literacy. It is about creating a culture in your school that fosters achievement for all students, equally. It is about finding the essential elements that make literacy education thrive, while building a community of life-long learners through the cultivation of kindness, trust, respect, and curiosity. It is a resource, a tool, a guide, and a teacher’s companion to engagement, excellence, and equity for ALL learners. You owe it to yourself and your colleagues to get this book! Download the STUDY GUIDE.

Rethink Your Research Assignments

Get students excited about research projects with Love the Questions: Reclaiming Research with Curiosity and Passion, Grades 6–12 by Cathy Fraser. With this new book, teachers can learn strategies to engage students by honoring their curiosity and passion through genuine inquiry and exploration. Learn how to teach students to ask questions and treat research projects like police investigations and not busywork. Use the STUDY GUIDE to guide your study group!

Stay tuned next week when we recommend reading titles to add to your list. If you can’t wait, here is the link to our list of free Study Guides.

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