The Next-Step Guide to Enhancing Writing Instruction: Rubrics and Resources for Self-Evaluation and Goal Setting, for Literacy Coaches, Principals, and Teacher Study Groups, K-6

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Overview

Bonnie Campbell Hill and Carrie Ekey affirm the good work you're doing, and inspire you to read further and incorporate new ideas so that you can teach writing even more effectively, intentionally, responsively, and joyfully with cutting-edge ideas in writing instruction.

Two detailed rubrics help you create classrooms in which young writers can flourish:

A rubric for leaders helps principals, staff developers, and literacy coaches ascertain what works at your school and what's next so that together you can set schoolwide goals and provide time, resources, and professional development opportunities for writing instruction and word study.

A rubric for teachers helps them assess their strengths and areas for growth in teaching writing and word study.

Each chapter walks through one strand of the rubrics and provides opportunities to develop common language and practices for writing instruction and word study:

  • ponder boxes guide book study, stimulate discussion, and suggest next steps
  • book lists point the way to further professional learning
  • classroom photographs and vignettes from exemplary classrooms burst with practical examples and ready-to-use ideas

Book study groups and professional learning communities, click here or visit www.heinemann.com to save 15% when you order 15 copies of The Next Step Guide to Enhancing Writing Instruction. A $375 value for $318.75-SAVE $56.25!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780325030456
  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • Publication date: 7/14/2010
  • Pages: 232
  • Sales rank: 953,978
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Bonnie Campbell Hill (1955-2011) consulted in hundreds of schools worldwide to inform the rubrics in The Next-Step Guide to Enhancing Writing Instruction (2010) and The Next-Step Guide to Enriching Classroom Environments (2010) both co-authored with Carrie Ekey. She brought the latest research in instruction and staff development to literacy initiatives to help teachers grow in understanding and effectiveness. Bonnie is also the the author of Supporting Your Child's Literacy Learning (2007). Visit bonniecampbellhill.com for additional photographs and annotations linked to her books. Heinemann remembers Bonnie Campbell Hill (1955-2011) Heinemann is deeply saddened by the news that Bonnie Campbell Hill lost her courageous battle with liver cancer on May 10. An internationally known educational consultant specializing in the areas of literacy instruction and assessment, Bonnie loved to travel and trained teachers in international schools worldwide. One of Bonnie's last projects - started when she had just months to live - is "Bonnie's Big Idea," a fundraising effort to fight global illiteracy. Donations to Bonnie's Big Idea can be made to Room to Read at bonniesbigidea.com. Bonnie is survived by her husband Steve Hill; daughter Laura Hill; two sons, Keith Bolling and Bruce Hill; and her father Art Campbell. Read Bonnie's obituary from The Seattle Times here.

Carrie Ekey's consulting experience in hundreds of schools worldwide has informed the rubrics in The Next-Step Guide to Enhancing Writing Instruction (2010) and The Next-Step Guide to Enriching Classroom Environments (2010) both co-authored with Bonnie Campbell Hill. She brings the latest research in instruction and staff development to literacy initiatives so teachers can grow in understanding and effectiveness. Carrie is a former teacher, staff developer, and curriculum specialist.

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