What is Literacy Collaborative Framework?
The Literacy Collaborative Framework incorporates all of the elements of effective schools to support improved literacy instruction and student achievement through:
Providing a research-based instructional model that is language-based, student-centered, process-oriented, and outcome-based;
Creating in-school and in-district leadership through the training and support of school-based literacy leadership teams, administrators, and literacy coaches;
Establishing long-term site-based development for every member of the school’s literacy faculty; and
Helping schools monitor the progress of every student through systematized assessment, data collection, and analysis.
- The Ohio State University (2019)
We use the Literacy Collaborative Framework in grades K-5
-to significantly raise the level of achievement in reading and language arts for all students
-to provide instruction that is in the students ZPD (Zone of Proximal Development)
Urbana City Schools is currently implementing the Literacy Collaborative Framework Kindergarten through Grade 5.
Literacy Collaborative Brochure
The Ohio State University Literacy Collaborative Website