A Guide to Literacy Coaching: Helping Teachers Increase by Annemarie B. Jay

By Annemarie B. Jay

This useful advisor provides powerful training options and most sensible practices for boosting literacy guideline, operating with directors and groups, and boosting scholar functionality throughout all grade degrees.

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By Annemarie B. Jay

This useful advisor provides powerful training options and most sensible practices for boosting literacy guideline, operating with directors and groups, and boosting scholar functionality throughout all grade degrees.

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Unfortunately, reading coaches are spending less time than is desirable in working with teachers in classrooms. Q: What do you know about certification of literacy coaches in different states? A: Ohio has developed a certification program that involved all of the universities. org). The name of the article is “Ohio Creates New Career Path in Literacy” by Beth Cady. It appeared in Reading Today under the “Best Practice” section (Cady, 2005). Q: What do you see as the strength of promoting literacy coaching at this time?

In fact, the Position Statement developed by the International Reading Association calls for the reading specialist to fulfill three roles: instruction, assessment, and leadership. However, the literacy coach generally works only with teachers. Regardless of how the state or school implements these services, the role is to improve the teaching and learning that occur as part of the educational program. 1 (Jay, 2005) conveys the contrasts that may exist between the two roles. qxd 3/28/2008 5:14 PM Page 7 The Nature of Literacy Coaching in America’s Schools • 7 goals.

S. state looks to these organizations for guidance in forming certification programs and guidelines. As stated previously in this chapter, establishing a certification as a literacy coach is being considered by many states and has already been established by some. The IRA has been instrumental in emphasizing standards in an effort to promote quality for coaching regardless of where it occurs or who does it. org) ROLE AND QUALIFICATIONS OF THE LITERACY COACH The International Reading Association’s position statement on the Role and Qualifications of the Reading Coach (2004) delineates five criteria that should demarcate the role of the coach.

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