Literacy Assessment and Metacognitive Strategies

A Resource to Inform Instruction, PreK-12

Stephanie L. McAndrews

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July 27, 2020
ISBN 9781462543717
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“A true teacher’s guide for literacy assessment and metacognitive strategies. McAndrews provides the teacher educator, literacy specialist, coach, interventionist, or classroom teacher with practical strategies that enhance student learning and can be readily implemented into classroom practice and clinical settings. The book is full of great, research-based ideas that I intend to use in my graduate courses and summer reading practicum/clinic.”

—Debra Gurvitz, EdD, Adjunct Faculty, Reading and Language Department, National Louis University, Chicago


“This book is a wonderful resource for classroom teachers at all grade levels, and will be particularly useful for literacy specialists working with students with varying abilities. I found it much more user friendly than other assessment books. The purpose of every assessment and instructional strategy is clearly explained, and the book's format makes them easy to find and implement. Educators can use this book to identify students' strengths and weaknesses through diagnostic assessments and to choose the instructional strategies that would be most beneficial.”

—Sarah Parcels, MSEd, reading specialist, Collinsville Middle School, Collinsville, Illinois


“A gift to educators, this valuable, comprehensive guide highlights user-friendly, evidence-based strategies that take literacy teaching and learning to higher levels. Grounded in sociocultural and social-constructivist theories, the text will be highly beneficial to my undergraduate students as they conduct assessments and instruction during mentoring sessions with elementary students. It is also highly appropriate for graduate students in our Reading Endorsement and Master's in Reading programs.”

—Debra J. Coffey, EdD, Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Kennesaw State University, Georgia
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