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January 15, 2019

In my last post, I wrote, “Even before building collaborative communities of learning…we must create, nurture and sustain respectful relationships.”  But, how do we build trusting, respectful relationships, and why does it matter?

Herb Kohl talks about “developing...

October 16, 2018

Our work with teachers is multifaceted. We help teachers support students' reading development by co-planning, modeling, co-teaching and providing resources and professional development. However, there's another piece of our work that is equally important— celebrating...

September 4, 2018

I'm beyond excited to post this first blog of the 2018/2019 school year from Dr. Denise Levine,one of our newest literacy specialists. At READ East Harlem we pride ourselves on the relationships we've developed with teachers, principals, staff, and students in District...

June 21, 2018

Questioning is key to delving deeply into a text. Curiosity creates a strong desire in the reader to find the answers to his or her questions.  At the same time, questioning is one of the most challenging tasks that teachers encounter. How to ask questions that encoura...

May 4, 2018

For READ East Harlem the role of coach is a comprehensive role- time is invested, relationships are forged, and improvement becomes a collaborative goal at the schools. Our coaches spend a lot of time in the classrooms of district 4 schools, modeling, observing, facili...

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