MCLP LogoWelcome to the Maine Content Literacy Project’s Technology, Literacy, and Content (TLC) site. TLC contains a collection of unit exemplars that were designed to strategically utilize technology and literacy instruction in order to support and deepen content area understanding.  The site includes units for elementary, middle, and secondary school students that provide examples of effective literacy and technology integration in the core content areas of Social Studies, English Language Arts, Math, and Science.  Each unit contains unit plans, lesson plans, resource materials, instructional tools, and exemplar videos.

 

 The units, lessons, videos, and resources are free to use by schools for instruction or professional development.

 

About MCLP

The Maine Content Literacy Project (MCLP) is a 6 year Maine Department of Education Title IIA grant -funded project created to help all students read and write at higher levels in 20 Maine school districts across the state. The project is housed at the University of Maine at Farmington (UMF) and operates in partnership with:
Five regional educational partnerships- Central Aroostook Council on Education (CACE), DownEast Educational Partnership (DEEP), MidCoast Regional Professional Development (MRPDC), Washington County Consortium (WCC), and Western Maine Partnership (WMP),

Forty-one schools from 20 school districts throughout the state,

University of Maine (UMS) System faculty in education and arts and sciences from 4 campuses,

PCG Education,

Maine GEARUP

 

Major project objectives are to:

Increase student achievement in core content areas through the integration of content literacy strategies,

Increase the number of teachers and principals participating in high quality content literacy professional development activities,

Increase the number of highly qualified teachers, &

Create a leadership model for sustainable, capacity-building professional development in content literacy. For more information, please visit http://mclp.umf.maine.edu/


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Acknowledgements
We would like to thank all those who participated in the development of this resource.
The Maine Content Literacy Project director, coaches, and videographer
PCG Education
Edith Berger
Kathy Bertini
Laura Bryant
Stephen Burden
Marielle Edgecomb
Jennifer English
Jennifer Gilman
Kathy Houston
Amy James
Luke Jean
Lori Johnston
Carolyn Nichols
Allison Willard


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This project funded in part by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009