At the CR4YC Leads meeting last week Kim Schonert-Reichl highlighted key research and resources on SEL and early childhood development. She encouraged us to share widely. Thanks, Kim!
BC school districts have sustained the JOY, passion and promise of CR4YR in many ways. Students and teachers continue to benefit from locally developed extensions and adaptation including more CR4YR (readers) groups, CR4AR (adolescent readers), CR4OR (other readers), CR4YW (writers), CR4YM (mathematicians) — and there are probably ore variations […]
Sharons-presentation Barb’s presentation Maureen’s presentation Randy’s presentation cr4yr-forms-14-15.docx
The results are in. CR4YR had, and continues to have, a powerful impact on students, teachers and BC districts! This infographic is a summary of the report : The Impact of Changing Results for Young Readers, August 2015 and synthesizes the findings, testimonials and research over the last 3 years. […]
These letters represent the collective, professional voice of BC teachers as they explore, collaborate, inquire, and reflect on their practice. The teachers from CR4YR have generously agreed to share their words with colleagues who are on the same quest: How can we best meet the needs of our young readers? We […]
What are CR4YR teachers exploring? What are they learning about their students? The updates are based on case study records from teachers across the province, and include sample inquiry questions, and direct excerpts from the case study records (unedited). They provide insight into practices that CR4YR teachers were finding promising, and […]