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Reading Workshop Intensive For Bricks And Clicks

Go deeper into the workshop approach for in-person, remote- or hybrid teaching with this intensive video series.

Whether you want to incorporate a workshop approach to teaching reading or you’re already on your way, the new classroom environment presents some unique challenges. 

If you’re an educator (anywhere in the world) who wants to create more engaged and independent learners who love to read, this is for you.

This course explores three ways of teaching: 

  • Remotely 
  • In-person
  • Hybrid 

The next time you get in front of your classroom, you’ll feel:

  • Refreshed and ready to navigate any new challenges — you’ve totally got this!
  • Confident in using different digital platforms to engage kids
  • Inspired and ready to support kids in being engaged and independent in brick and mortar, hybrid, or fully remote

Reading Workshop For Bricks And Clicks is a self-paced video series with over 13 hours of reading workshop and keynote sessions.

Even if you’re physically back in the classroom or teaching in a hybrid model — we’ve all grown tremendously with teaching in this new digital age. 

Research shows that kids will read more when they can read what they enjoy.

This is about more than encouraging kids to read. It’s about creating more kids who are readers — who see themselves as readers.

Kids who choose to read because they love it — not just because a teacher told them to. 

You can learn from the comfort of your home, wherever you are!

This was a live, virtual workshop held in June 2020, and we’re excited to make this available to you to enjoy anytime.

Whether you’re a beginning or advanced participant, or Administrator, Literacy Coach, or Lead Teacher, there’s something for you.

 

What you’ll find inside:

Inspiring Keynote Sessions 

Dahlia Dallal, The Founding Director of Literacy Partners discusses how we’ve been responding and will continue to proactively adjust our support for our partners during the pandemic. There are signs of hope all around us. We invite you to be the change and continue stepping up even in this difficult time. This time is one of opportunity, growth, and persistence.

Kate Roberts, Literary Consultant, Co-Author of DIY Literacy, and Author of A Novel Approach examines struggle — the differences between destructive and productive struggle, and shares tips on choosing productive struggle and then find steps towards growth. She also shared ideas for how to develop a progression for each skill we teach in reading.

Access to Monthly Office Hours
You’ll have access to join our monthly office hours for the 2020-21 school year — where all educators get answers to questions and support navigating current challenges. 

Third Thursday each month from 3:30-4:30 pm Pacific Time. 

Investment: $475

You’ll have unlimited access to all videos for one year from the time of purchase.
Access Monthly Office Hours through June 2021.

 

Beginning participants will learn to:

  • Launch a reading workshop that fosters a love of reading in your students
  • Build routines and structures that promote independence and engagement
  • Integrate components of balanced literacy to promote the transfer of skills
  • Implement the Teachers College Reading Project units of study with confidence

 

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Beginning participants will learn to:

  • Launch a reading workshop that fosters a love of reading in your students
  • Build routines and structures that promote independence and engagement
  • Integrate components of balanced literacy to promote the transfer of skills
  • Implement the Teachers College Reading Project units of study with confidence

 

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Advanced participants will learn how to develop a Reading Toolkit & Delve Deeper Into Shared Reading and Interactive Read Aloud:

  • To use during mini-lessons, conferences and small group work so that you can support differentiation and meet ALL student’s needs
  • To give students more access to texts above their grade level so that they can increase their listening vocabulary and comprehension
  • To encourage the transfer of reading skills and strategies
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Administrators / Literacy Coaches / Lead Teachers will study:

  • How to give teachers both on the spot and written feedback
  • Effective ways to lead learning walks
  • Ideas for supporting teachers with planning & analyzing student data
  • Methods for leading professional development during faculty meetings
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