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Creative Commons Basics

By: Green, Cable

May 7, 2019

Realizing the critical role that an open educational resource (OER) policy can play in supporting Early Grade Reading (EGR) efforts, the Global Reading Network has collaborated with Global Book Alliance (GBA) and All Children Reading (ACR) to conduct a series of three in-depth webinar-based train

Creative Commons|Open Licensing Book Procurement

Region: Global

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  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Coaching, Monitoring and Evaluation, Pedagogy/Instruction

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Developing and Using Classroom Observation Instruments to Improve Early Grade Reading (EGR): Experiences, Lessons Learned and Guidance

By: Pflepsen, Alison , Hertz, Ashley, Kochetkova, Emily, Frazier, Julia, Jordan, Rachel, Epstein, Andrew

April 20, 2019

The importance of lesson or classroom observation in early grade reading (EGR) initiatives is increasingly gaining attention in low-resourced country contexts as governments, donors and other stakeholders recognize the importance of their use in improving teacher performance and student learning.

Coaching

Region: Global

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  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Language of Instruction
  • Testing and Assessment

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Teaching/Learning Materials

CIES Workshop Materials: Teaching strategies that support students who are learning the language of instruction in multilingual and bilingual classrooms

By: Frazier, Julia, Strader, Sarah, da Silva, Carol, Popovic, Radmila

April 4, 2019

1. Fact or Myth Activity, Julia Frazier, FHI 360
2. Fact or Myth Information Cards, Julia Frazier, FHI 360
3. Jigsaw Activity on Second Language Acquisition, Julia Frazier, FHI 360

Reading Programs Worldwide

Region: Global

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  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Text and Materials

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Track and trace models facilitating book distribution and more access

By: Kishore, Ayan; Andersson, Sarah

April 1, 2019

Research evidence indicates that in low-income countries books that are produced do not make it to their final destination in schools due to various inefficiencies.

Reading Programs Worldwide

Region: Global

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  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Text and Materials
  • Information and Communication Technology

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Training Guides and Curriculums

Bloom Software Training Videos

By: SIL International

March 25, 2019

This is a set of 31 training videos for learning how to use Bloom software, from basic to advanced topics.

 

Books|writing|Writing Books

Region: Global

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  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Testing and Assessment
  • Text and Materials

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Comprehension Instruction Strategies in the Early Grades: A Focus on Informational Texts

By: Dr. Mariam Jean Dreher, Professor, University of Maryland College of Education

March 14, 2019

This presentation was organized by the GRN Non-fiction Special Interest Group. It describes comprehension strategies appropriate for use with non-fiction texts in the early grades and how to apply several key strategies.

Region: Global

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  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Text and Materials
  • Parent & Community Involvement/Support

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Teaching/Learning Materials

Getting Books into Schools: Expanding Book Track and Trace Initiatives

By: Community Systems Foundation, Creative Associates International, Education Development Center, John Snow, Inc., World Education, Inc.

March 8, 2019

The All Children Reading team, Global Reading Network and Global Book Alliance will be advocating heavily around the issue of book hunger this year, parti

Region: Global

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  • Language of Instruction
  • Text and Materials

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

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  • Pedagogy/instruction, Program design and implementation

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Policy paper

Promoting Successful Literacy Acquisition through Structured Pedagogy

By: Marcia Davidson, Young-Suk Kim

March 1, 2019

Promoting Successful Literacy Acquisition through Structured Pedagogy presents principles of structured pedagogy in teaching. Structured pedagogy enables the teacher to reach students with varying needs more effectively and thus helps develop students’ literacy skills more effectively.

Region - Global

Region: Global

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  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Language of Instruction
  • Emergent Literacy

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Results of RedLEI Research for Development of a Latin American/Caribbean Early Grade Reading Network

By: Miguel Marcelino Cabrera Vicente, Sayra Cardona, Melba Castillo, Monica Castillo, Rosemary Castro Solano, Cándida Irene Chevez Reinoza, María Dolores Estrada, Delia Fajardo Salinas, Hilda Ruth Flores Muñoz, Gloria Ulloa, Nathan M. Castillo, Paola Andrade Calderon, Ana Patricia Elvir

December 10, 2018

Interest was high, October 30, 2018 as ten research fellows explained to a online audience of 86 webinar attendees the results of their projects for the Red para la Lectoescritura Inicial de Centroamerica y el Caribe (RedLEI) in Latin American and Caribbean countries for the development of a regi

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