Preparing Reading/Literacy Specialists to Meet Changes and Challenges: International Literacy Association’s Standards 2017
Taylor & Francis
Literacy Research and Instruction
Lead writers and co-chairs of the International Literacy Association’s Standards 2017 provide a hands on guide to using updated standards for the preparation of reading/literacy specialists. Authors share key changes in content, supporting explanations with updated references, and implications for program faculty, state policymakers, and specialist candidates. Standards 2017 adds a new seventh standard for Practicum/Clinical Experiences and sets high expectations for programs to incorporate candidate experiences with technology, diversity, collaboration, and advocacy. Processes to work with colleagues to design or re-design, implement, and evaluate programs are discussed.
Kern, Diane; Bean, Rita M.; Dagen, Allison Swan; DeVries, Beverly; Dodge, Autumn; Goatley, Virginia; Ippolito, Jacy; Perkins, J. Helen; and Walker-Dalhouse, Doris, "Preparing Reading/Literacy Specialists to Meet Changes and Challenges: International Literacy Association’s Standards 2017" (2018). College of Education Faculty Research and Publications. 498.