READ East Harlem/Hunter College. 

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readeastharlem@gmail.com​

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This website is intended to be a resource guide for participating teachers as well as educators and leaders from other academic spaces, parents, and other interested parties. Here you can find resources for literacy learning, biographies of participating team members, theme-based blog posts with suggestions and strategies, up-to-date reports of progress within the project, as well as the literacy leader network. There's also a contact page for anyone interested in learning more about the project.

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April 24, 2018

“Ms. España can I share my poem?” asked Aileen, really throwing me off my game as we were wrapping up our guest visit. In typical teacher mode, I was already thinking of next period, my next lesson, the time I wanted to have for students to reflect on the Silk Road Ens...

January 18, 2018

The draft of this blog post has nested in my Google drive for a long time. In my varied professional roles as teacher educator, administrator, literacy coach, I write a lot. Emails to students and faculty, grant applications and reports, articles reporting research fin...

November 6, 2017

Stress is an inevitable part of life. Human beings experience stress early, even before they are born. A certain amount of stress is normal and necessary for survival. Stress supports children in developing the skills they need to cope with and adapt to new and potenti...

September 19, 2017

“Children’s books are safe containers to discuss any number of difficult topics with their caretakers or loved ones. They create opportunities for children seeking understanding and solutions for real-life issues to know they are not alone and to speak their truth. The...

July 7, 2017

We are so excited to share our work. We are a group of educators from Hunter College and teachers from District 4 in NYC working together through a grant from the New York Community Trust. Our project is called READ East Harlem /  Hunter College. In a nut shell the lit...

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