A blog to share information on literacy strategies across contents and grade levels. Metacognitive strategies included. "Metacognition is, put simply, thinking about one's thinking. More precisely, it refers to the processes used to plan, monitor, and assess one's understanding and performance. Metacognition includes a critical awareness of a) one's thinking and learning and b) oneself as a thinker and learner." -- Vanderbilt University
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Oct 3 (2 days ago)
Help Set World Reading Record with We Give Books TODAY!
We Give Books and readers from across the country and around the world
are coming together to show their support for early childhood literacy.
Join us TODAY for Jumpstart’s Read for the Record, a national
celebration of literacy that highlights the need for high quality early
childhood education in America by mobilizing children and adults to set a
record for the largest shared reading experience. Help us set a world
reading record by reading Loren Long’s new classic Otis
When you read online with We Give Books, you will automatically be
counted towards the world reading record and the new digital reading
This year, you can also read along digitally with author Loren Long as he reads Otis in a Google+ Hangout On Air. Tune in at 12:00 PM EDT to watch Long read and answer questions from classrooms across the country.
Take your reading even further with reading extension activities in our Read for the Record toolkit!
Jumpstart is working toward the day every child in America enters
kindergarten prepared to succeed. You can help. Make a donation to We Give Books
today and help us put books into the hands of preschoolers while
supporting the important work Jumpstart is undertaking in low-income
communities across the U.S. Learn how Jumpstart is putting children first.
Get your friends involved in the record-breaking fun! Add a photo of your celebration, no matter how small, to our Reading Celebrations
page. And share your participation on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Don’t forget to use #ImWithOtis to let everyone know that you are standing up for children everywhere.