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Thinking Tools for Young Readers and Writers: Strategies to Promote Higher Literacy in Grades 2–8


reviewed by Vicki S. Collet — July 17, 2018

coverTitle: Thinking Tools for Young Readers and Writers: Strategies to Promote Higher Literacy in Grades 2–8
Author(s): Carol Booth Olson, Angie Balius, Emily McCourtney, Mary Widtmann, & Judith A. Langer
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807758949, Pages: 208, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 17, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22436, Date Accessed: 10/24/2018 1:13:08 AM

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  • Vicki Collet
    University of Arkansas
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    VICKI S. COLLET is associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Arkansas. Her interests are instructional coaching, literacy, and teacher learning. Collet is currently pursuing research on teacher retention and Japanese Lesson Study in varying contexts. Recent publications include “Scaffolds for Change: The Gradual Increase of Responsibility Mentoring Model,” in A.M. Kent & A.M. Green, (Eds.). <>Across the Domains: Examining Best Practices in Mentoring Public School Educators, pp. 203-226. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing; “Lesson Study in a Turnaround School: Local knowledge as a pressure-balanced valve for improved instruction,” in Teachers College Record, 119(6), 1-58; “I can do that! Creating classrooms that foster resilience,” in Young Children, 72(1), 23-31; and “Polyphonic Analysis: Obuchenie in qualitative research,” (with Michelle Ciminelli) in Qualitative Research Journal, 17(4), 243-253.
 
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