Über den Autor
Carolyn McKenzie Lawrence was an elementary school teacher, reading supervisor, curriculum resource teacher, assistant principal for instruction, and elementary principal for 32 years. In 1962 she was nominated for Outstanding Teacher of the Year in Huntsville, Alabama. In 1966, she became a reading supervisor for a county in Alabama. She was named to the Professional Practices Council in Florida in 1973, was Principal of the Year in her school district in 1987, and was named one of Five Outstanding Educators in l989 by the National Parent Teacher Association. She has been a member of Phi Delta Kappa, ASCD, NEA, and NAESP.
Chapter 1 1 Why This Book? Chapter 2 2 Making School a Personal Place to Be Chapter 3 3 Discipline Chapter 4 4 Ironing Out Our Expectations for Instruction Chapter 5 5 Ramifications for Poverty Chapter 6 6 Getting Rid of Bad teaching and Supporting Good Teaching Chapter 7 7 Reflections Chapter 8 About the Author
Literacy For All Children is filled with examples of what works and what does not. The intention is to make the reader a participant in the school's life, to give an insider's view of how much "soul" it takes to make a school successful.