‘Literacy' vs. 'literacy' What’s the Difference?

Thursday, January 30, 2020 9:12 AM | Anonymous

A new science digital professional learning opportunity is now available! You can view the 'Literacy’ vs. ‘literacy’ What’s the Difference? video which provides guidance from the KDE science consultant Rae McEntyre. The accompanying PowerPoint slides include links to graphic organizers that can be used by a professional learning community to begin discussions in identifying and being more intentional in embedding literacy practices in science instruction.

These materials can also be found on the Science Professional Learning Modules webpage on KYstandards.org.

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  • Saturday, August 29, 2020 3:00 PM | Ryan Crooke
    The money and the economy growth are depending on the literacy rate of the population. The successful economy recognized in the https://www.geekgirlauthority.com/why-msi-gaming-laptops-are-perfect-for-any-kind-of-gamer/ with the help of the educated population, who willingly work for the future of nation. The capable person generates the money and makes their country one-step ahead towards the prosperity and success.
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  • Wednesday, October 07, 2020 5:44 AM | Rebekah Branch
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