3-2020_ WholeSchool Aprroaches to T_L.pdf (789.62 kB)
Whole school approaches to literacy. Fact sheet 3/2020.
reportposted on 2023-05-28, 18:54 authored by Kitty te RieleKitty te Riele, Sarah StewartSarah Stewart
Schools that are 'high-performing', with successful outcomes for all students, have in common an approach to literacy that features minimum variation across classrooms. A 'whole school approach' to literacy is well placed to: vîvâ¬Æ enable all students to succeed, including those who struggle with literacy vîvâ¬Æ promote literacy as a general capability across the curriculum. There is no single definition of a whole school approach, but most descriptions share key features: vîvâ¬Æ collective and collaborative action by a whole school community, vîvâ¬Æ cohesive response to diverse learning needs, vîvâ¬Æ culture of ongoing improvement.
PublisherPeter Underwood Centre, UTAS
Place of publicationHobart