Teacher flexibility and judgment: A multidynamic literacy theory

@article{Hassett2008TeacherFA,
  title={Teacher flexibility and judgment: A multidynamic literacy theory},
  author={Dawnene D. Hassett},
  journal={Journal of Early Childhood Literacy},
  year={2008},
  volume={8},
  pages={295 - 327}
}
In an age of restrictive standards and accountability measures, teachers often find themselves in a position where they have to struggle to keep play with language and literature as a focus of their early literacy instruction, as `scientifically based' reading programs, phonics, or scripted instruction take center stage. In order to counter this trend, this article offers a `multidynamic' theory for early literacy instruction that combines researched foundations of early reading success with… Expand
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