A @Wakelet Collection: Reciprocal Teaching

Not familiar with this 30 year old, research-based reading comprehension (& math) strategy that John Hattie has ascertained has an effect size of .74, which means, it can accelerate student growth by 1.5 to two years in just ONE year? Well, you need to pay attention! 

My first introduction to this strategy was WAY back when I was about 27 years old in Edgewood ISD. I was working as an Accelerated Instruction and Technology (AIT) teacher, which was really where my career got started. The next year, I became the Campus Technology Coordinator and started working hard to provide professional learning opportunities for all my colleagues in the area of technology.

This Wakelet captures SOME of the amazing resources I've found for Reciprocal Teaching. Of course, if you really want to adopt this strategy for use in your K-12 environment, check out TCEA's empowerED program. We (since I am one of the facilitators) can get your campus or district started.

If you're not familiar with Wakelet, it's a terrific content curation app that I have written about several times. In this blog entry, I'll share my Wakelet on Reciprocal Teaching.

By the way, wouldn't you like to see Wakelet get new features that make it more usable? Check out my suggested list of improvements for Wakelet and share the link with them!


Want to learn more about Wakelet? Check out this blog entry, Twitter Takeaways: Wakelet for Content Curation. It's a great place to start, unless you want to jump straight into my Wakelet about WakeletAnd, you can find past Wakelet collections featured in my blog.


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