Here is a link to the Goldfields Literacy wiki. There are lots of links to support what you already do, and plenty of reading for you to think about what you are doing.
A favourite educator of mine, Di Snowball offers some initial professional reading around ‘Teaching and Learning about Spelling Strategies’.
Perhaps not right now, but this is a selection of books that you don’t need to read cover to cover.
I have these available whenever you wish, you just need to remember to return them!
Here is another webinar from Corwin that is worth watching and thinking about. It unpacks many of the ideas in the book, ‘Visible Learning for Literacy’ by Fisher, Frey and Hattie.
It particularly highlights the differences in surface level, deep level and transfer level thinking.
I have just purchased and begun reading Visible Learning for Literacy. I grabbed my copy from Book Bonding (go on, support your local businesses).
The image below will take you to the Visible Learning website and an overview of the book.
Corwin are the publishers and they currently have a webinar on their YouTube channel.
Sometimes valuable resources are undiscovered, even if they are closer than you realise.
A few clicks on the Department of Education and Training site will bring you to Continuum resources that have indicators of progress with teaching strategies for Maths, English and Science.
If you cannot find something useful in these resources I would be surprised!
This link will take you to the Anchor Charts page of Julie Ballew’s, A Literate Life website.
There are plenty of resources to use and think about for your reading and writing.
Make sure you read her comments about involving your students as you develop your anchor charts.