Kentucky Cognitive Literacy Model (KCLM) is Now Kentucky Literacy Intervention Project (KLIP) 6th-12th

Published: 4/18/2017 1:27 PM

Changes coming soon...


Kentucky Literacy Intervention Project

July 20th and 21st

KDE, 300 Sower Blvd, Frankfort

Click here for more information.

To register for the FREE KLIP training, click here.

Kentucky Cognitive Literacy Model (KCLM) Legacy Information
The Kentucky Cognitive Literacy Model (KCLM) is a project-based approach to instruction which can be used as a single class intervention for struggling adolescent students or as a school-based model for engaging and meeting the needs of all learners. The model is based on the following four critical components:
 
 â€‹Student engagement and motivation
 
  1. Strategic processing of content
  2. Research-based instructional strategies
  3. Explicit teaching of communication skills
The model is designed to synthesize many components of research-based instruction, including writing to learn, to demonstrate learning, and for authentic purposes; using balanced, authentic assessments; using diagnostic testing to help teachers match teaching tools with student needs, facilitating quality text-based discussions and teaching content vocabulary through research-based methods.
 
 
Below are the Training Modules
Building a Community of Learners Training Module
Data Analysis and Foundational Reading Training Module
 
Reading Strategies Training Module
Vocabulary Training Module
 
Writing to Learn Training Module
 
Teaching Tools for Comprehension and Vocabulary
Pamela Wininger
Office of Teaching and Learning
Division of Learning Services
300 Sower Blvd., 5th Floor
(502) 564-4970
Fax (502) 564-6470
pamela.wininger@education.ky.gov 
 
Jarrod S. Slone
Office of Teaching and Learning
Division of Learning Services
300 Sower Blvd., 5th Floor
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-4970
Fax (502) 564-6470