STRATEGIC Interventions

Deshler, Donald D.; Tollefson, Julie M.
April 2006
School Administrator;Apr2006, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p24
The article presents information on the Strategic Instruction Model of the Center for Research on Learning. The learning strategies that make up the instruction model are discussed. The reading content enhancement routines included in the model are mentioned. The advantages of the Content Literacy Continuum are highlighted. INSET: The Leader's Role in Literacy: Relentless Focus.


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