This article investigates how teacher educators and teachers collaborate via dialogic interactions to support the development of elementary students’ reading strategies. By implementing comprehension-centered reading tools such as the Burke reading interview and strategy rulers in partnership with in-service teachers, we are able to sustain ongoing inquiry and evaluation of effective literacy practices that enhance student learning.
Kim, Koomi; Liwanag, Maria Perpetua; Henderson, Violet; and Duckett, Peter
"Critical Dialogues about the Reading Process with In-service Teachers and Children,"
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