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Title Teaching reading : effective schools, accomplished teachers / edited by Barbara M. Taylor, P. David Pearson.

Published Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 2002.

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 UniM Giblin Eunson  372.4 TEAC    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvii, 401 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Part I Large Scale Studies -- 1 Effective Schools and Accomplished Teachers: Lessons About Primary-Grade Reading Instruction in Low-Income Schools / Barbara M. Taylor, P. David Pearson, Kathleen Clark, Sharon Walpole 3 -- 2 Exemplary First-Grade Teaching / Michael Pressley, Ruth Wharton-McDonald, Lisa M. Raphael, Kristen Bogner, Alysia Roehrig 73 -- 3 High-Performing, High-Poverty, Urban Elementary Schools / Joseph F. Johnson, Jr. 89 -- 4 Literacy in Rural Vermont: Lessons From Schools Where Children Succeed / Jim Mosenthal, Marjorie Lipson, Susan Sortino, Barbara Russ, Jane Mekkelsen 115 -- 5 Effective Practices for Assessing Young Readers / Scott G. Paris, Alison H. Paris, Robert D. Carpenter 141 -- Part II School Case Studies -- 6 Sunnyside Elementary School, Mounds View, Minnesota / Barbara M. Taylor, Ceil Critchley 163 -- 7 Rocky Mountain Elementary School, Longmont, Colorado / Jackalyn Colt, Rebecca Mills 179 -- 8 Stevenson Elementary: Schoolwide Success / Sharon Walpole 199 -- 9 Scott Elementary School: Home Grown School Improvement in the Flesh / Glenda Breaux, Jennifer Danridge, P. David Pearson 217 -- 10 Serna Elementary School / Martha A. Adler 237 -- 11 In Pursuit of Academic Excellence: The Story of Gladys Noon Spellman Elementary / Pamela A. Smith, Joseph E. Johnson, Jr., Brent Jones 261 -- Part III Teacher Case Studies -- 12 Highly Accomplished Primary Grade Teachers in Effective Schools / Barbara M. Taylor 279 -- 13 A Case Study of Exemplary Practice in Fourth Grade / Leslie Mandel Morrow, Gregory Wamsley, Kimberly Duhammel, Nancy Fittipaldi 289 -- 14 Scientific Literacy and Diverse Learners: Supporting the Acquisition of Disciplinary Ways of Knowing in Inclusion Classrooms / Carol Sue Englert, KaiLonnie Dunsmore 309 -- 15 Bilingual Teachers Speak About the Literacy Instruction of Bilingual Latino Students / Rosalinda Barrera, Robert T. Jimenez 335 -- Part IV Syntheses Across Cases -- 16 Research-Supported Characteristics of Teachers and Schools That Promote Reading Achievement / Barbara M. Taylor, Michael Pressley, P. David Pearson 361 -- 17 Beating the Odds in Literacy Education: Not the "Betting on" but the Bettering of" Schools and Teachers? / Gerald G. Duffy, James V. Hoffman 375.
Summary This unique book tells the story of a select group of schools and teachers who have managed to beat the odds in terms of improving elementary students' reading achievement. Originating with the CIERA School Change Project directed by Barbara M. Taylor and P. David Pearson, it was subsequently expanded to include the work of other research teams doing similar work. It combines large scale studies of effective schools and teachers (Part I) with case studies of individual schools and teachers who have successfully transformed research findings into situation-specific strategies appropriate to their schools and classrooms (Parts II and III). The book's distinct contribution is showing that no matter how consistent the research findings on effective school and classroom practice, groups of teachers must improvise their own situation-specific programs and practices. In short they must be able to create variations on a common theme.
Other author Pearson, P. David.
Taylor, Barbara M.
Subject School improvement programs -- United States -- Case studies.
Effective teaching -- United States -- Case studies.
Reading (Primary) -- United States -- Case studies.
ISBN 0805841334 (cloth : alk. paper)
0805841342 (paperback: alk. paper)
1840647345