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Wild Readers Survey

By Donalyn Miller — February 14, 2010 1 min read

In reading education, we often talk about fostering lifelong reading habits in our students. Are we really doing this? How do we know? Creating enthusiastic, capable adult readers should be our priority. So what does a wild, avid, forever adult reader look like? How do we know someone is a reader? What are the reading behaviors of adults who see themselves as readers? And most important, how can we model and teach these habits?

To answer these questions, I have decided to go to the source--you. Participate in The Book Whisperer’s Wild Readers Survey and provide insight into the reading habits and preferences of adult readers. I will share the survey results in a future post.

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