Streamline formative assessment for readers in just minutes a day! This bundle includes one copy each of What Do I Teach Readers Tomorrow? Fiction and What Do I Teach Readers Tomorrow? Nonfiction. This bundle shows you how to move your students forward in their reading with this 4-step process—lean in, listen to students’ talk about books, look at their writing about reading, and then make teaching decisions based on what they've conquered and what challenges they need to take on next.
This practical approach shows you how to notice when readers are doing mostly literal, "right there" on the page thinking; when they are doing "over-time" synthesizing across a text; and when they are ready to kick into high gear and connect ideas across texts and real word themes. The authors provide next-step resources for whole-class, small-group, and one-on-one instruction, including more than 30 lessons per book, Reproducible Clipboard Notes pages, online video clips, and more.
With this bundle, discover how to move your readers forward with in-class, actionable formative assessment.
About the Author
Gravity Goldberg is an international educational consultant and author of five other books on teaching. Mindsets & Moves (Corwin Literacy, 2015) put her on the world stage with its practical ways to cultivate student agency, leading to speaking engagements and foreign translations of her work. She has almost 20 years of teaching experience, including positions as a science teacher, reading specialist, third grade teacher, special educator, literacy coach, staff developer, assistant professor, educational consultant, and yoga teacher. Gravity holds a B.A. and M.Ed. from Boston College and a doctorate in education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She currently serves as a coach for Seth Godin's alt MBA and is the founding director of Gravity Goldberg, LLC, a team that provides side-by-side coaching for teachers.
RENEE HOUSER is co-founder of Growing Educators, which provides customized professional development to schools in the Los Angeles, California, area. She holds a Masters in Education from Old Dominion University and a Masters in Curriculum and Teaching from Fordham University. A former staff developer at Teachers College Reading & Writing Project, Columbia, University, Renee says it was her years teaching at PS 126 in New York City that most shaped her vision of student-centered teaching and collaborative professional learning.