Literacy Support


Literacy is more than just reading and writing. Literacy is all about making sense of the modern world. Teachers in School District 60 have the opportunity to learn together to share knowledge and good practice. The role of Literacy Support in our district is to consult, coach and collaborate with teachers with a common focus on growth and reflection. Together we learn!

 Literacy Support Teacher

  • Collaborating with teams of teachers
  • Coaching with a focus on supporting teachers and students
  • Co-Working, Co-Planning and Team Teaching
  • Reading & Writing Assessments
  • Community Building Activities and Strategies
  • Ideas and strategies for creating a Positive Classroom Environment
  • Knowledge and experience working with children with Complex Needs
  • Assessment and Interventions for working with Executive Function Skills
  • Teaching specific routines and procedures
  • Scaffolding instruction and meeting the needs of all learners
  • Strategies and ideas using “Zones” of Regulation
  • Lessons integrating Literacy with “Mind Up” Curriculum
  • Lessons integrating Brain Research, Learning Styles and Mindfulness
  • Smart Learning
  • Oral Language Strategies and Activities
  • Literature  and Information Circles
  • Literacy Across the Curriculum
  • Vocabulary Activities, Words their Way and Making Bigger Words
  • Adrienne Gear Reading and Writing Power → Nonfiction and Fiction
  • Classroom Strategies for Self-Regulation
  • Implementing Literacy in Action
  • Using Technology for whole class lessons and to support students with needs

Link to Literacy Blog: