Advancing Literacy Learning in Ohio (ALL Ohio) is a website that combines high-quality professional learning resources that have been developed across the multiple literacy projects of the University of Cincinnati’s Systems Development and Improvement Center.
The purpose of ALL Ohio is to support Ohio’s P20 education system to develop knowledge in the science of reading and build skills in using evidence-based language and literacy practices.
Current ALL Ohio Projects
Addressing the Academic and Social-Emotional Learning Needs of Adolescents with Disabilities (AC-SEL) is a development and dissemination project funded by the Ohio Department of Education, Office for Exceptional Children. AC-SEL is a multidisciplinary project that includes faculty and staff from the University of Cincinnati’s education, criminal justice, and information technology disciplines. The aim of AC-SEL is to support educators of students in sixth through twelfth grades meet the literacy, social, emotional, and behavioral learning needs of youth with behavioral difficulties.
The AC-SEL project team collaborated to revise the Effective Practices in Classroom Settings (EPICS) cognitive behavioral intervention to be more relevant to school-based settings. The AC-SEL project team also designing, developing, and deploying adolescent literacy resources for the Collaboration Application and Ohio Literacy Library to build educators’ knowledge and skills in the use of evidence-based language and literacy practices that increase literacy proficiency among Ohio’s youth.
AC-SEL funding has contributed to the development of the Ohio Literacy Library and Collaboration Application.