About the Elementary Literacy Spotlight
This Knowledge Loom spotlight identifies the promising literacy practices of successful elementary school teachers who support the diverse learning needs of their students. Special sections highlight issues pertaining to English language learners, providing examples of good teaching that can apply to all students.
The content in the spotlight has been prepared by The Education Alliance at Brown University. It will continue to grow and change as users share their experiences and concerns in support of elementary literacy development.
Here is what you will find in different sections of this spotlight:
List of Practices
What Is It?
Implications for ELLs (on the "What Is It?" page)
Strategies for Supporting ELLs (on the "What Is It?" page)
Technology Tips (on the "What Is It?" page)
Glimpse of the Classroom (on the "What Is It?" page)
Questions to Think About (on the "What Is It?" page)
Technology Research Summary (on the Research page)
Have Your Say
Q & A
This spotlight is based on work sponsored in part by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES), U.S. Department of Education, under contract number ED-01-CO-0010 (Northeast & Islands Regional Educational Laboratory, 2000-2005). The content of this site does not necessarily reflect the views of IES, the Department of Education, or any other agency of the U.S. Government.