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Teacher and ClassPrinciples of Effective, Early Literacy Instruction
Through an extensive review of the literature, the principal investigators in the CTELL project have identified 12 Principles of Effective Literacy Instruction. These principals serve as a basis for the design and assessment of the CTELL cases. Visit the principles section for a current list of the research based principles of effective literacy instruction. <principles>

Student Making a PresentationPresentations and publications
The CTELL group continually updates the research community on the progress of the project. While not all of the material has been made available to the public for quality purposes, many of the cases have been in use in universities as part of a formative evaluation. For a list of former, current, and upcoming presentations, please visit the publications and presentations section of this site. It contains a list of the group's research activities during the lifespan of the project. This content is prone to updates, so be sure to return frequently. <publications and presentations>
Powerpoint Presentations
The CTELL group will selectively duplicate talks made to different audiences and present them here, at this site. <to come>
Email Testimonials
Read email testimonials supporting and describing the use of the ctell cases in the university classroom. <to come>
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