Effective Instruction for Elementary Struggling Readers- SE Literacy Project ONLY
This session is for the Special Education Literacy Project Cohort 1 ONLY. This session takes elements from the grade level reading academies offered a few years ago and incorporates methods that are specific to the struggling reader. The 3-Day academy features specific information, techniques, and guidelines for each of the five components of reading. You will learn how to support a struggling reader without "watering down" the content so much that it is no longer aligned with the grade level standards. You will learn how to use differentiated instruction techniques. To register for this session you must attend all THREE days of training. This session is for general and special education elementary staff but most beneficial for elementary special education resource teachers. Each teacher receives a notebook full of resources. There are 4 hours of homework with this session, spread out into two days. Some in-class time will be allowed for homework completion. (3 training days at 6 hours each plus 4 hours of homework =22 CPE credits)
First-year elementary principals or elementary principals who wish to learn more about the 5 components of reading; new teachers with 1-3 years experience teaching at the elementary level; general and special education teachers; especially beneficial for special education resource teachers
Administration & Leadership
Bilingual / ESL
Diagnosis / Removal of Obstacles to Student Learning
Diversity and Special Needs Populations
English Language Arts/Reading
Workshop Fee will be charged to those who fail to show for a workshop.
To avoid the charge, Staff Development contacts for this workshop must be notified in writing at least 3 business days prior to workshop date.
Cancellation must include name, workshop # and email address.