Literacy Blogs

For literacy coaches and those interested in increasing student literacy, here are a few related blogs that you might be interested in reading:

Reading Rockets Blog
written by a mom raising young readers, this is a practical blog about teaching children to read from a trusted organization

Angela Maiers
A mix of traditional literacy and educational technology, Angela—my Twitter friend—has posted several powerful articles related to our teaching of reading and reading comprehension.

What the Research Says
short blog posts on reading research

The Stenhouse Blog
From Stenhouse Publishers, this blog aims to sell books but provides articles with several noted authors in their catalog

Two Writing Teachers
From two members of the National Writing Project, Two Writing Teachers encourages better teaching of writing by asking teachers to become writers themselves.

Literate Lives:  Good Books and How to Use Them With Kids blog

Literacy Coach Resources

The Online Literacy Coach
Grace Chiu’s  blog offers ideas about coaching practice and information on authors.

WNY Associates
Of particular interest to literacy coaches, this blog offers insights on teaching and coaching.

Literacy.Coach
this blog seems to be written anonymously but  might have some good tips

And of course, literacy coaches might want to join Literacy Coaches.com, the free professional networking site for coaches.

4 Responses to Literacy Blogs

  1. Wow! Thanks so much for the promo. Bill and I love putting good books in students’ hands. We appreciate that you noticed.

  2. Mathew- thank you for including me in the wonderful lists of resources for teachers. Your blog and generous links are a wealth of support for all. Keep up the great work!

  3. Congratulations, your post will be featured in the October 22nd edition of the Carnival of Education. You can view that carnival here when the link goes live on 10/22.

    Good post.

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