2016. Cynthia McCallister offers a brief guide to the Cooperative Unison Reading approach. It provides an innovative angle on reading instruction by looking at the reading process as a cooperative human process and applying theories from science that explain cooperation. McCallister also looks at the reading process as a form of action, as opposed to the accumulation of discrete skills that are accumulated through linearly transmitted instruction. https://www.inkling.com/store/book/mccallister-cooperative-unison-reading-1st/.
Fundamental to learning is the need for students to share perspectives participate in relationships with one another. Through a program called Keepers of the Culture®, students learn to treasure their right to an education and uphold personal and collective responsibilities associated with membership in a civil learning community.