Indicator 3.3

3.3 Uses age-appropriate instructional strategies to improve learners’ skills in critical literacy components


eLearning for Educators-Alabama

(to register for any of the courses below click the link above for Course Schedule and STIPD instructions)


Designing a Virtual Field Trip


21st Century Tools: Wikis, Blogs, Podcasts, and Skype


Smart Board Level 1 - You Have One ... Now What Do You Do With It?


Promethean Board Level 1 - You have One … Now What


Planning for Curriculum Integration of Technology


Promoting Reading Comprehension Skills in Elementary School Classrooms


Promoting Reading Comprehension Skills in Middle School Classrooms


Best Practices for Vocabulary Instruction in the Middle School Classroom


Teaching Writing in the Middle School Classroom


eLearning Reading First: Supporting Early Reading Instruction with Technology


Kids, Content, and Comprehension: Literacy and Learning in Grades 4-12


Make Every Teen a 21st Century Reader Using Web 2.0 Tools


Developing Reading Power through Comprehension


Integrating Literacy and the Life Sciences


Other Resources

Technology in Motion

(free on-site job-embedded professional development for teachers to promote the use of technology in teaching and learning provided at your school by your local TiM specialist)

ATIM002     Technology Integration Resources (AVL, ALEX, Thinkfinity, Intel, APT Plus)

ATIM003     Emerging Technologies (Web 2.0 Skills, Wikis, Blogs, Virtual Worlds, Data Collection)

ATIM004     Project-based Learning (Podcasting, Digital Storytelling, Multimedia Projects)

ATIM005     Productivity (Google Apps, OS, LMS, Office Apps, Course Management Systems)


Vocabulary Development to Improve Literacy

Developing Reading Skills: Comprehension

PALS: A Reading Strategy for Grades K-1

PALS: A Reading Strategy for Grades 2-6

PALS: A Learning Strategy for High School

RTI (Part1): An Overview

RTI (Part 2): Assessment

RTI (Part 3): Reading Instruction

RTI (Part 4): Putting It All Together

RTI (Part 5): A Closer Look at Tier 3

CSR: A Reading Comprehension Strategy