These days, many of us are struggling to stay on top of our reading, both personal and professional. Our workloads are often overwhelming, and precious time with books and articles is often a casualty.
But educators aren’t the only ones struggling to adapt to new literacy norms—many kids are, too. Some don’t have a quiet place to read, others are unengaged and unmotivated, and still others are just plain tired or depressed.
In the face of this crisis in reading, teachers need reliable methods that attend to social and emotional learning and cultural sensitivity while being flexible enough to work in multiple modes of instruction—synchronous or asynchronous, in person or remote.
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