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Student Reading Success Through Research and Collaboration. Research, resources, and information for educators and families.
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Family involvement helps tie together literacy learning both in class and at home!
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Continued implementation of small-group, skills-based instruction in action! See our blog posts featuring and other educators on this topic
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 18
Help students spruce up their writing and expand their vocabularies on . A lesson plan from 's LEARN NC
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 17
Improve literacy outcomes for students with significant cognitive disabilities with specialized instructional strategies at this Jan. 25 and Feb. 26 workshop
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 17
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Thanks again for joining us today, it was great having you with us!
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Dr. Corey Vorthmann Jan 17
Sharing the importance of and reading instruction in with Iowa legislators!
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 17
Excited to be in Des Moines today for our Legislative Reception to discuss literacy education and research for Iowa's children!
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 16
Get SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-specific) with your goals for your school's literacy initiative. Our previous blog post also covers monitoring student progress toward a goal
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 12
Lead students through the process of higher-order question generation about a text with instruction and practice. IRRC Graduate Student Assistant Leah Zimmermann shows you how in our latest blog post
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 12
Teach vocabulary with 's "The Breadwinner" and introduce students to a family facing adversity in Afghanistan. Hear more from Instructor 's Children's Lit students Emma and Eden in our new Recommendation
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 11
Who inspires your children or students to be the best reader and literacy learner they can be? Nominate that person for an award! Nominations due from local councils Feb. 15
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 10
Discover how teaching paraphrasing and summarizing enhances students’ recall of main ideas and details at this multi-day workshop starting January 23 in Pocahontas
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 9
Teach students to generate higher-order questions about a text. Our new blog post has an instructional sequence & three anchor charts
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 9
NEW post: Instruction and practice help students to write higher-order question generation. See how to provide both to increase students' comprehension and critical thinking skills
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 8
Vocabulary is at the heart of many school learning experiences. These six strategies from help strengthen students' vocabularies in innovative ways such as a vocabulary parade
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 5
A picture book for children and a book for teens tell the story of civil rights icon Martin Luther King, Jr. ahead of on Jan. 15. See more titles via
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 4
Excellent clarification, thank you! More info here:
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 4
Our Jan. 17 Legislative Reception provides a chance to talk about the impact literacy instruction has on students' proficiency and achievement. Read more in IRRC Director Deborah K. Reed's monthly email update
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Iowa Reading Research Center Jan 3
Learn, discuss, and complete state certification for Module 3 of the Iowa English Language Proficiency Standards at Jan. 23 workshop in Cedar Rapids
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Green Hills AEA Jan 3
Pass along this opportunity for local students to demonstrate their strong writing abilities!
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