The article Mentoring teachers in systematic phonics instruction: effectiveness of an intensive year-long program for kindergarten through 3rd grade teachers and their students is based a CASE evaluation project. The article was written by longstanding CASE partners, Dr. Linnea Ehri and Dr.
On October 27th, 2017, at the 10th annual Read.Write.Act.Virtual Conference, CASE presented evaluation findings and research from the Engineering for All (EfA) project to an audience of college students at campus based literacy groups, program administrators, higher education faculty, and non-profit professionals from around the country.
"Each year, the Student Coalition for Action in Literacy Education (SCALE) hosts the Read.Write.Act. (RWA) Virtual Conference, which connects college students at campus based literacy groups, program administrators, higher education faculty, and non-profit professionals from around the country with content specialists, community-based literacy organizations and other leaders in literacy who are committed to creating a more just society by engaging young people in literacy education." (Taken from SCALE website). Read more
Bridges to Academic Success, a CASE project at the Graduate Center, released a video in partnership with the Teaching Channel, funded by NYSED, that showcases their Stand-alone ENL curriculum for SIFE with Developing Literacy.
It showcases a Queens-based teacher using strategies for working in literacy-based centers with a group of our city's students. This is a helpful resources that can be can be useful in approaching the classroom with all multilingual students.
Please check it out and share widely! Read more
Inside Higher Ed, 11.14.17
Professor Alexanda Logue just published a new book with Princeton University Press: Pathways to Reform: Credits and Conflict at The City University of New York. The book is Dr. Logue's personal account of the implementation of a controversial credit transfer program at CUNY that she led when she was the University's (Executive Vice Chancellor and University Provost). All net royalties that Dr. Logue receives from sales of this book will be donated to The City University of New York to support undergraduate student financial aid. Read more
Education Next recently published an excerpt from the introduction to Dr. Alexandra Logua's new book, Pathways to Reform: Credits and Conflict at The City University of New York. There is further material related to the book on Dr. Logue's website. All net royalties that Dr. Logue receives from sales of this book will be donated to The City University of New York to support undergraduate student financial aid.
An Ignored Conflict of Interest
Inside Higher Ed, 8.3.15 Read more
The three-year project will explore how to design computer games that sharpen students’ learning. Read more
Alexandra W. Logue, a research professor in the GC’s Center for Advanced Study in Education (CASE), spotlights a “frequently ignored” group — transfer students — in her latest Inside Higher Ed essay. Read more
‘Whither Thou Goest, I Will Go’
Inside Higher Ed, 11.20.14 Read more