provide a customized professional development process that teams with and empowers teachers. This includes modeling, co-teaching, coaching and reflection.
interpret student data for instruction and flexible grouping.
maximize the effective use of resources, including classroom materials and school staff.
promote school-wide collaboration to facilitate systemic change. Professional development sessions may include general and special education teachers, speech and language pathologists, teachers of English-language learners, reading teachers, literacy coaches, tutors, paraprofessionals and administrators.
recommend and develop supplemental materials for classroom instruction.
help develop and implement engaging centers that reinforce literacy lessons.
train tutors and paraprofessionals to support classroom teachers to differentiate instruction for all students.
are the ‘go to’ source for every literacy concern.