Ruth Metcalfe teaches first graders and is also a mentor teacher in northern Indiana. Over the course of her career, she has been a second-grade teacher, fourth-grade teacher, instructional coach, district literacy coach, and teacher-librarian. Creating learning environments where students feel a sense of joyful ownership and purpose is her passion, and you can often find her enticing readers to fall in love with books .
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Ruth Metcalfe tapped a plethora of resources to help her first-grade writers understand how to communicate meaning with illustrations.
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Ruth Metcalfe leverages pandemic adjustments into making the read aloud experience bigger and better for her students. The simple act of projecting the read aloud book leads to significant adjustments to meet the needs of young readers.
Ruth Metcalfe releases responsibility to her first-grade class to create formative assessments and take ownership in their learning.
Ruth Metcalfe is determined to make teaching points from writing conferences visible for her young multi-language learners. She offers a how-to guide for all teachers to do the same and make the teaching accessible to students even after the conference is over.
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