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IRA-K-12
Interactive Read Aloud is a critical component of any instructional system for literacy; it informs and supports every other part of the literacy framework. This institute will take participants deep into the practice of Interactive Read Aloud and support teachers in developing engaging IRA lessons that will develop students’ strategic thinking and collaborative conversation, as well as foster a literacy community. Participants will also explore a creative method of studying authors and illustrators, one that brings them directly into the life of the literacy classroom. Grades K-12. More
Starts: 10/23/2018 9:00 AM
Session: 1
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Status: 32 open seats left
Class size: 35 seats
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LLA
A series of professional development sessions designed to empower individuals, such as administrators, superintendents, and curriculum leaders, to become a Literacy Leader in his or her building or district. Each session will explain how you can support best literacy practice in your school by understanding the theory that supports it, what is should look like in a classroom, what resources are necessary, and how to support teachers in their professional development. Each session will also address ways to build a healthy culture in your school/district so that positive change can be embraced. This academy is highly recommended for administrators in schools affiliated with Literacy Collaborative or are considering joining the Literacy Collaborative network. BRING REQUIRED MATERIALS: Systems for Change by Lyons & Pinnell AND Transforming School Culture: How to Overcome Staff Division by Anthony Muhammad. More
Starts: 10/24/2018 9:00 AM
Sessions: 6
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Status: 18 open seats left
Class size: 35 seats
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GR-INST2
K-2: This two-day Institute builds upon the foundations of learning addressed in Institute I. A deeper study of teaching for strategic actions within, beyond, and about the text - as well as across the components of the Guided Reading lesson will be explored. Meeting the diverse needs of students, within the context of Guided Reading, will also be investigated. Pre-requisite: attendance at GR Institute I is required. Bring required texts: The Fountas and Pinnell Literacy Continuum (Fountas & Pinnell, AND Guided Reading, Second Edition: Responsive Teaching Across the Grades (Fountas & Pinnell). More
Starts: 1/23/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions: 2
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Status: 35 open seats left
Class size: 35 seats
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SR1
This intensive study will prepare K-2 teachers to support readers in the context of Shared Reading. Participants will learn the components of a shared reading lesson, planning for shared reading using student data, and how shared reading fits within a broader comprehensive literacy design. Bring Required Text: Responsive Literacy: A Comprehensive Framework (Patricia L. Scharer). Recommended text: The Fountas and Pinnell Literacy Continuum. More
Starts: 5/16/2019 9:30 AM
Session: 1
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Class size: 35 seats
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WW3-6
Wondering how to engage writers in powerful ways within a writing workshop? This PD will offer you the opportunity to experience a writing workshop within a community of learners. Additionally, learn how to begin a workshop within the writing process through minilessons, guided reading, and conferring with writers. Bring required materials: The Fountas and Pinnell Literacy Continuum AND A Writer's Notebook (a blank notebook or one you have already started) More
Starts: 5/22/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions: 2
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Class size: 35 seats
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GENRE1
Get an overview of a literacy framework created for secondary level with the requirements of the Common Core State Standards in mind. Participants will actively participate in a genre study. Increase the rigor in literacy instruction for secondary level students by engaging them in the reading & writing processes through a workshop approach designed just for them. Readers delve into the study of fiction & nonfiction texts through an inquiry approach. Then they will use the information and understandings gained through genre study to write their own effective, compelling pieces of narrative, expository, and persuasive text. Bring text: "Genre Study: Teaching Fiction & Non-Fiction Books." More
Starts: 6/10/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions: 2
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