An Essential Resource for Literacy Teachers and Leaders
I started Reading by Example in 2012. This newsletter expands on that blog, offering original content - articles, podcasts, videos, screencasts - for literacy teachers and leaders. Each post goes directly into your inbox.
While all content here is free, much time and energy goes into this site. You can support these efforts by becoming a subscriber.
Here are a few things that subscribers have helped support:
A Vimeo subscription to house screencasts and video tutorials posted here
Regular donations to Excellence in Education, my city’s teacher endowment fund
Transcriptions for podcasts
Professional book giveaways during the 2020 Summer Book Study
About the Author
My name is Matt Renwick. I am a 20-year educator, currently serving as an elementary principal in Mineral Point, Wisconsin. Prior, I was an administrator and classroom teacher in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. I am also a father of two children and husband to Jodi (a special education teacher).
The goal of Read by Example is to develop an online resource educators can trust to access reliable literacy knowledge and engage in constructive networks. If you have suggestions or general questions about this site, please reach out.
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- Dr. Mary Howard, author of Good to Great Teaching: Focusing on the Literacy Work That Matters and RtI from All Sides: What Every Teacher Needs to Know
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- Clare Landrigan, co-author (with Tammy Mulligan) of Assessment in Perspective: Focusing on the Reader Behind the Numbers and It’s All About the Books: How to Create Bookrooms and Classroom Libraries That Inspire Readers