AIM Coaching has a new website! Please visit aimcoaching.org to see more information about this project, the research team, and to access free resources
The AIM Coaching team has a new publication
From the publisher: "Too many adolescent learners still struggle with reading. This much-needed guide shows how to support teachers in providing effective literacy instruction in the content areas, which can be intensified as needed within a multi-tiered framework. Adaptive Intervention Model (AIM) Coaching was created for grades 6–8, but is equally applicable in high school. The book gives instructional coaches an accessible blueprint for evaluating, developing, and reinforcing each teacher's capacity to implement evidence-based literacy practices. User-friendly features include case studies, end-of-chapter reflection questions and key terms, and reproducible tools. Purchasers get access to a companion website where they can download and print the reproducible materials—plus supplemental lesson plans and other resources—in a convenient 8½“ x 11” size."
Congratulations to lab members!
This spring brought much exciting news to the Adolescent Literacy and Professional Development Lab! Jade was awarded the College of Education's Excellence in Scholarship, Tenured Faculty Award, Alex won the Excellence in Scholarship, Professional Track Faculty Award, and Erin was Outstanding Doctoral Student. See the news release on the College of Education's website
The lab has also had tremendous professional accomplishments. Two members have decided to continue their education: Bailey was accepted into the doctoral program at the University of Oregon and Kailah is set to begin her Master's program at Baylor University. Two members have accepted new academic positions: Alex accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Special Education at Johns Hopkins University School of Education and Erin will begin a postdoc at the University of Texas at Austin in the coming weeks. Congratulations to all team members on these accomplishments!