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Standards for middle and high school literacy coaches

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Published by International Reading Association in Newark, Del .
Written in English

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      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementInternational Reading Association in collaboration with National Council of Teachers of English ... [et al.].
      ContributionsInternational Reading Association., National Council of Teachers of English.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB1050.455 .S734 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3413187M
      ISBN 100872075974
      LC Control Number2005029314

      This set of standards clarifies what literacy coaches need to know and be able to do. It also contains useful background information about coaching in middle and high schools. Lesinski, R. A. (). “Experience is the best sculptor”: From high school reading specialist to literacy coach. Illinois Reading Council Journal, 39(4), 15– The Education Week Spotlight on Middle and High School Literacy is a collection of Reading coaches in middle schools Common standards should not take the joy and power of book reading .

      The ISTE Standards are a framework for students, educators, administrators, coaches and computer science educators to rethink education and create innovative learning environments. The standards are helping re-engineer schools and classrooms worldwide for digital age learning. middle school and high school coaches (International Reading Association, ). As we reprise those roles today, we think that they remain powerful organizers. However, they are not all required in all settings. The roles of a particular literacy coach in a particular school will be inluenced by that school.

      The literacy coaches reviewed 55 activities described in the “Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches,” which was issued by The International Reading Association and its partner organizations in ; the survey was an online survey.  The literacy coaches indicated which tasks they performed in their jobs and how frequently.   Depending on the school or district, literacy coaches will and should have different duties. Mine have altered every year for the six years that I have had the position. The duties change as the needs of the school or district change.


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Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches outlines the ideal of what a literacy coach should know and be able to do - in delivering both leadership and support in individual content : Paperback. Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches, prepared by IRA with support from Carnegie Corporation of New York and in collaboration with NCTE, NCTM, NSTA, and NCSS, outlines the ideal of what a literacy coach should know and be able to do—in delivering both leadership and support in individual content areas.

It is offered as a blueprint not only for literacy coaches. Standards for middle and high school literacy coaches. Newark, DE: Author. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Standards for middle and high school literacy coaches / International Reading Association in collaboration with National Council of Teachers of English [et al.].

Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 0. Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches Skip to main document; Skip to site search; Skip to main site navigation; Print Print; Enlarge Text; Reduce Text; RSS; Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches We apologize, but this product is no longer available.

Document and Site Resources. Share This On: Page Tools: Print. Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches Unpublished This report, prepared by the International Reading Association, describes the awareness of literacy standards, ideal knowledge, and skills a literacy coach should possess in order to deliver leadership and support in individual content areas to schools.

This book is broken up into three Parts: (1) Leadership Standards; (2) Content Area Literacy Standards; and (3) What We Know and What We Need to Know, about Literacy Coaches in Middle and High Schools: A Research Synthesis and Proposed Research Agenda.

Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches () A blueprint for literacy coaches, policymakers, school and district administrators, and teacher educators, in the hope that it will help support and develop coaching in ways that will most benefit adolescent learners.

efficacy of literacy coaching (Marsh et al., ; Neufeld & Roper, ). While the International Reading Association has developed goals for middle and secondary coaches (IRA, ), research on literacy coaching at these levels lags behind implementation.

This is a source of concern, as the degree to which literacy coaching aligns with the. Development of the Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches (International Reading Association [IRA], ) was an important step toward including both content area knowledge and.

A Guide to Literacy Coaching illuminates the many practical strategies literacy coaches, mentors, teacher leaders, and staff developers can use to collaborate with multiple school constituencies to promote teacher development and schoolwide literacy success. Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches "The book outlines how.

The International Reading Association recommends that literacy coaches be 1) skilled collaborators who function effectively in middle and/or high school settings; 2) skilled instructional coaches in core content area; 3) skilled evaluators of literacy needs, able to collaborate with school leadership and teachers to interpret and use assessment data; and 4) accomplished middle and high school.

While examples of what good literacy coaches do exist in secondary schools around the country, coming up with a common definition of what qualities literacy coaches has been more difficult.

This report is meant to details the “must have” competencies of good middle school and high school literacy coaches. According to new IRA standards, coaching has been added into the preparation of literacy specialist graduate Janice A. The Changing Role of the Reading Specialist in School Reform The Reading Teacher (57) 5.

Pp Shaw, Michael L. Preparing Reading Specialists to be Literacy Coaches: Principles, Practices, Possibilities. Get this from a library. Standards for middle and high school literacy coaches. [International Reading Association.; National Council of Teachers of English.;] -- Adolescents today require high degrees of literacy in order to understand complex texts in a variety of media, covering a range of topics and subject areas.

In recognition of this need, middle and. "Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches" outlines the idea of what a literacy coach should know and be able to do - in delivering both leadership and support in individual content areas. discipline (Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches, ).

Is supportive rather than evaluative. In today’s world, almost all professions require continual professional learning.

Teaching is no exception. Research leads to new findings about student learning and best practice. District and state standards demand close adherence. This finding is in line with the standards for middle and high school literacy coaches (IRA, ) that are evenly split between these two coaching responsibilities.

The sets. The Literacy Coaching Challenge: Models and Methods for Grades K-8 by Michael C McKenna and Sharon Walpole 3. Culture of Literacy: A Guide for Middle and High School Principals by the National Association of Secondary School Principals 4.

Taking Action on Adolescent Literacy by Judith L. Irvin, Julie Meltzer and Melinda S. Dukes 5. *The role of reading assessment in coaching. *Balancing classroom-level, grade-level, and whole-school tasks. *Special considerations in middle school coaching.

See also The Literacy Coach's Handbook, Second Edition, which offers a complete primer on the role of the literacy coach and what coaches need to know to get s: 6. Snow, C., Ippolito, J., & Schwartz R. What we know and what we need to know about literacy coaches in middle and high schools: A research synthesis and proposed research agenda.

In Standards for middle and high school literacy coaches (Links to an external site.). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

Sturtevant, E. (). The report, Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches, breaks down key elements of literacy coaching into two categories: leadership standards and content area standards. While leadership standards apply to literacy coaches regardless of the content area in which they are working, content area standards are more specific to the.Literacy Coaching: Engaging and Learning with Teachers.

Cheryl L. Dozier. ABSTRACT. Literacy coaching, a unique and generative opportunity to engage with and learn from teachers, is currently viewed as a powerful intervention to increase student literacy achievement. This article focuses on eight principles for responsive literacy coaching.The Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects (“the standards”) represent the next generation of K–12 standards designed to prepare all students for success in college, career, and life by the time they graduate from high school.