Executive Skills and Reading Comprehension by Kelly Cartwright
EASTCONN has an alliance with many local districts and KNOWLEDGEWORKS. We have developed a working relationship as our work evolves into Competency Based Learning. If you are interested, take a look at this website and contact Diane Dugas at EASTCONN! Visit KnowledgeWork's website.
This is the origin website for The Reading and Writing Project at Teachers College. There are many resources including videos to acclimate yourself to all their Units of Study K - 8 as well as assessments, and up to date information around institutes, days and workshops they offer. It is a great place to start. Visit the Reading and Writing Project website.
A great starting place for personalized learning. Visit the Aurora Institute website.
The starting place of all Units of Study online resources as well as Kate Roberts’ Novel Approach Videos and Jennifer Seravallo’s digital resources. Remember to register your resources. We use this website to keep an eye on their webinars with the Authors we love. Visit the Heinemann website.
By far one of our most important resources. NEWSELA (or Newzella) as some pronounce offers a discount through the RESCS for small and large districts. If you cannot use the full website, then the 6 daily articles are still worth the visit each day. Grab them at each LEXILE level and you have a quick resource for all of your readers. LEXILES will adjust sentence length, vocabulary syllables, not ideas and structures. Visit the Newsela website.
An absolute MUST. The Smithsonian does what NEWSELA does, but for free. It is not as in-depth with content yet, but it is gold to create sets at different LEXILE levels. LEXILES will adjust sentence length, vocabulary syllables, not ideas and structures. Visit TweenTribune.
The League of Innovative Schools is often people's first stop for many of today's current practices around Competency-Based Learning. Visit the Digital Promise website.