In this article, the author shares how her epiphany about what texts she valued in her classroom pushed her to change how she defines what counts as "real reading" and how this shift in mindset allowed more of her students to view themselves as readers. As part of this process, the author began introducing more alternative text formats and digital texts into her classroom library and instruction, allowed students to bring in their own texts for independent reading, and provided space for students to read their peers' writing for pleasure during reading time.
Pennington, Sarah E.
"Shifting The Teacher Mindset: What Counts as "Real Reading","
The Montana English Journal: Vol. 42
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umt.edu/mej/vol42/iss1/2