Curating Your "Just in Time" Early Literacy Toolkit
How do we recover from learning loss in our earliest grades this past school year? Here is a solution!
Lifting the Level of Student Reading/Writing Proficiency through Powerful Conferring
If we want to make a significant impact on our students’ reading and writing lives- conferring is where the rubber meets the road. It is at the core of differentiating instruction and that is vital for all students. Conferring with students, providing formative feedback and leaning in with a teaching move are powerfully effective and essential ways to bring about quality reading and writing proficiency in a individualized manner.
State Mandated Dyslexia Workshop for K-2 Educators
Learn everything about what dyslexia is and is not to understanding the NJ regulations and requirements of dyslexia as well as identifying the “look for’ , recognizing dyslexic behaviors and having a toolkit of interventions at the core instructional level will be thoroughly discussed
Building Bridges: Using Mentor Texts in Literacy to Increase Motivation, Engagement, and Achievement
This workshop will be focused on various Social Emotional Learning mentor texts that will leverage literacy lesson plans around SEL best practices to increase achievement, engagement, and motivation amongst students.
Zooming in on Close Reading
This workshop will provide the participants with close reading strategies to enhance deep levels of comprehension, communication and collaborations among students and teachers in grades K-5 and 6-12. By understanding the alignment of literacy standards and close reading strategies
9 Awesome Reasons to Use Infographics for Leading and Learning
“As the saying goes “a picture is worth a thousand words”, since infographics have both ‘pictures’ and ‘words’, it represents the best of both worlds: the ability to dissect a complex subject, and the ability to sustain the attention of the reader while doing so. “It (infographic) keeps people’s interest by lending a storytelling and visual element to what can be sterile research.” – Caitlin McCabe.