The study concluded that both tenured and substitute teachers increased the frequency with how they used reading strategies to convey content to their students. They also grew more confident in their perceived competency to use the strategies in their content classrooms. The tenured and substitute teachers grew at relatively different rates across the four-week period of the study partly because of substantially different levels of teaching and educational background experience.4. How did the three tenured and three substitute teachers perceive their attitudes toward teaching reading across the curriculum after receiving inservice instruction on teaching reading strategies? 5. How did the three tenured and threeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Professional Learning of Middle School Content Area Tenured and Substitute Teachers During Reading Strategy Inservices|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|