The Learning Renaissance

Seven Tips for Teachers & Parents to Help Struggling Readers

Teaching reading has always been the nucleus of heated debates between two camps of scholars: advocates of the traditional school of literacy emphasize the need for an instructed and learned process of teaching reading. Proponents of the progressivist camp, on the other hand, trivialize the instructed process through which students are being taught reading and instead advanced a new paradigm for teaching reading, one that is based on context and meaning.

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This entry was posted on February 9, 2014 by in Features and tagged , , , .

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