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Highlighting Faculty Scholarly Work – Dr. Deborah Litt

 
 

Publications

 “Reread So You Know What to Write Next,” in Richards, J. A. and Lassonde, C. A. Eds., Writing Strategies for All Primary Students: Scaffolding Independent Writing with 25 Differentiated Mini-Lessons. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, March 2011.

“Do Children Selected for Reading Recovery® Exhibit Weaknesses in Phonological Awareness and Rapid Automatic Naming?” Literacy Teaching and Learning, 14 (1 & 2).

“Ten Rules for Reading.” The Reading Teacher, March, 2007

Presentations

“Do the most at-risk get in Reading Recovery?” Presentation, February 2011 National Reading Recovery & K-6 Classroom Literacy Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

“Promising Practices in Literacy Teacher Education: Researchers of Literacy Teacher Education Bridge Theory to Practice.” Chair and Presenter at the Literacy Research Association Conference (National Reading Conference), Fort Worth, TX, December 2010.

Discussant for the “Early Literacy and English Language Learners” paper session of at the Literacy Research Association Conference (National Reading Conference), Fort Worth, TX, December 2010.

“Promising Practices in Reading Teacher Education: What are researchers of reading teacher pedagogy doing in their teaching?” Chair and Presenter at the National Reading Conference, Albuquerque, NM, December 2009.

Discussant, for the “Phonological Awareness and Invented Spelling” paper session of the National Reading Conference, Albuquerque, NM, December 2009.

“How to Help Older Students with Word Reading Difficulties.” What Works: Adult Literacy Practitioners and Researchers Working Together to Improve Student Success. Florida Literacy Coalition, Orlando, FL., December 2008.

“The Adult Learner in Transition: Ensuring the Success of Graduate Students.” Presentation with Dr. Cynthia Greer at the March, 2008 Conference of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA).

 “Reading Recovery Comparison Study. Presentation, February 2008 National Reading Recovery & K-6 Classroom Literacy Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

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