Motivated Readers and Writers: Elementary Literacy Design Collaborative

LDC helps K-12 teachers improve how all students read, write, and communicate. Watch fourth-graders run through an LDC module. See them get engaged in reading and writing.

What does Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) look like in action? Watch fourth-grade students and teachers run through a module — and see kids who are interested and engaged in reading and writing.

“The thing that I’m most excited about with this module is that all of my kids felt successful. I had no reluctant writers. There was no one that didn’t know how to go through the writing process,” said Linda Crocker, fourth-grade teacher, Ponderosa Elementary School, Loveland, Colorado.

LDC helps K-12 teachers improve how all students read, write, and communicate.

“We’ve made learning fun,” said Kandi Smith, principal, Ponderosa Elementary School. “When you take a group of teachers that are so motived to look at instructional design and improve their own practice, as a principal it’s so easy to support that work because they’re excited about what they’re seeing in their classrooms.”

“The thing that I’m most excited about with this module is that all of my kids felt successful. I had no reluctant writers. There was no one that didn’t know how to go through the writing process.”
Linda Crocker,
fourth-grade teacher,
Ponderosa Elementary School,
Loveland, Colorado
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