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Early Literacy Assessment and ToolboxMichael S. Mott, Jacqueline M. Mott, Susan S. McClelland, Lisa H. Thomas, Angela S. Rutherford, Katie Y. Naron, and Jerilou J. Moore
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Early Literacy Assessment and Toolbox

(First Edition)
M. Mott | J. Mott | S. McClelland | L. Thomas | A. Rutherford | K. Naron | J. Moore

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-63487-983-5, 122 pages

©2016

Description
Early Literacy Assessment and Toolbox supports pre-service teachers in phonological and morphological assessment and instruction. The book addresses assessment and implementation strategies to teach students at developmental levels through a series of modules.

Geared toward helping classroom teachers and reading specialists successfully and effectively differentiate their literacy instruction, the book can be used in teacher education literacy courses, fieldwork, and student teaching. The material features a usable assessment tool, and the mini-module lessons are designed for actual classroom use.

Early Literacy Assessment Toolbox is an excellent supplement to standard textbooks for courses in early and middle literacy methods and literary assessment courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Biographies
Michael S. Mott earned his Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction at Mississippi State University and M.S. in education from Bank Street College of Education. Dr. Mott is an associate professor of teacher education and the coordinator of the master's program in literacy education at The University of Mississippi.
Angela S. Rutherford earned her Ph.D. in reading education from Auburn University and her M.Ed. in educational administration and supervision from the University of Southern Mississippi. She is director of the Center for Excellence in Literacy Instruction and associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education at The University of Mississippi.
Jacqueline M. Mott earned her M.Ed. in literacy education at The University of Mississippi where she works as an adjunct instructor in teacher education. She also works as an elementary school teacher in Lee County, Mississippi.
Jerilou J. Moore earned her Ph.D. and Ed.S. in curriculum and instruction at The University of Mississippi, and a M.Ed. from Mississippi University for Women. Dr. Moore is an associate professor of teacher education and instructional team leader for Reading Diagnosis and Intervention.
Lisa H. Thomas earned her Ph.D. in education and her M.S. in elementary education from Mississippi State University. She is an associate professor and director of technology and education at Graceland University.
Susan S. McClelland earned her M.Ed. in English education and Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction at The University of Mississippi. She is an associate professor of leadership and counselor education as well as chair of the Department of Teacher Education.