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How to implement Reader's Workshop in your classroom to improve comprehension and foster a love of reading in students. Once implemented, Reading Workshop can quickly become students' favorite part of the day. Since the format gives students tools for selecting and comprehending literature, students who were once reluctant to read now find themselves with the skills needed to be successful...
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The Reading Workshop is a place to share ideas and opinions about reading, books, student blogs and success in the language arts classroom. This blog reflects the thoughts and opinions of the author and is not, in any way, representative of any school or district. The purpose of this blog is to share information for education purposes. Comments are the sole responsibility of their writers. The...
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Unlearn the bad habits of inefficient readers and learn the good habits of efficient readers. A unique learning opportunity for individuals of all ages & reading levels. Use the industry's most advanced software and computer-based training. In one half-day, master the skills of effective speed...
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The TCRWP is excited to announce mini institutes for the 2017-18 school year. These institutes usually last from 3-4 days and vary in topics -- from teaching foundational skills in reading, to teaching essay writing to book clubs to phonics and beyond! Registrations for our fall 2017 institutes...
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Heinemann is a publisher of professional resources and a provider of educational services for teachers and educators from kindergarten through college. Adapted from Teaching Nonfiction Revision by Sneed B. Collard III & Vicki Spandel Ask students to take a close look at both the lead and ending...
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A global advocacy and membership organization that transforms lives through literacy across 75 countries. Read about the innerworkings of the International Literacy Association—including Board minutes, committee and task force news, special project announcements, and more—on the ILA Updates page. Approaches to Literacy Instruction Learn the differences between content area and disciplinary...
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EdTechTeacher returns for the 15th year of EdTech Summer Workshops for teachers with hands-on learning in Boston, Chicago, California and Florida. Our workshops cover a wide array of topics we know are of interest to teachers looking to implement or build upon their knowledge of using technology in the classroom. Workshops range from one to three days of full day training. We use a hands-on,...
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Wilson provides evidence-based curricula and ongoing professional learning to literacy educators across the country. Fitchburg State University and Wilson Language Training congratulate the first graduate of the new M.Ed. Special Education - Dyslexia Specialist program. View our newsletter profiling school and district-wide literacy initiatives, student success stories, and the latest scoop on...
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For over 30 years, Lindamood-Bell has been improving the lives of students by helping them reach their potential. For over 30 years, Lindamood-Bell has been improving the lives of students. Our research-validated programs develop the skills necessary for reading and comprehension. We believe all students can learn to their potential—including those previously diagnosed with dyslexia, autism...
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The Institute for Multi-Sensory Education offers Orton Gillingham reading programs. IMSE's Orton-Gillingham (OG) is astoundingly powerful when used for reading remediation, however the multisensory component impacts all children. The uniqueness of this type of instruction is that it allows the educator to capitalize on an individual student’s dominant learning modality, while delivering...
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Really Great Reading believes that every student has the right to appropriate, high-quality, foundational-skills reading instruction. We are focused on preventing and remediating decoding weaknesses in students in all grades (and even adults). We provide educators with the tools and knowledge to teach all students (not just those who learn easily) to read. We make assessment and grouping...
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In addition to putting on an annual conference, NYSRA has hard copy as well as digital publications, acts as an advocate for literacy issues, and supports various committees that deal with a variety of issues. Throughout the duration of this conference, there are discussion groups, workshops, and featured speakers from around the country. Comprised of more than 30 local reading councils having...
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Georgia Educational Training Agency has been a leader in education for 20 years. Executive Director Brenda Fitzgerald leads a team of teachers and principals who provide comprehensive, research-based, classroom tested professional development and educational consulting. Georgia ETA provides expert guidance for public and private schools on the proper curriculum and instructional practices for...
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Our sister program, Minnesota Math Corps, provides tutoring to fourth- through eighth-grade students who are struggling with math. Minnesota Reading Corps places more than 1,500 literacy tutors in Minnesota schools each year. Apply to become a literacy tutor! As the nation's largest state AmeriCorps program, Minnesota Reading Corps is a strategic initiative of ServeMinnesota. In Minnesota...
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Find a wealth of free webinars, articles, guides, training materials, and more — all about assistive technology to support students with learning disabilities. Visit the CTD website to learn more! Beginning-middle-end story maps, timelines, sequence sticks, story chains, and learning about transition words all give students practice in ordering events within a story. How an Online Personalized...
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Leading provider of reading and writing professional development. Services include 6 traits of writing, writer workshops, and reading and writing mini-lessons. Locations in Indiana and Illinois. Teachers and their students benefit from the practical, best-practice teaching strategies developed and shared by Kristina Smekens and her team of expert literacy consultants. Through regional...
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Free online and printable reading worksheets and resources: theme, text structure, genre, irony, and more. Print, save, edit, and practice online. Thank you so much for such a rich compendium of worksheets! As a new teacher, I scramble to find time to create materials for all the skills I need to teach and I am so grateful that you have chosen to make these resources available free of charge....
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Wired for Reading is an engaging, multi-sensory word analysis program designed to improve reading, spelling, and vocabulary. Based in the latest research, students are taught to use linguistics in a kid-friendly way to understand the deep structure of language and phonics. As they learn to connect speech to sounds, sounds to letters, and letters to meaning, English spelling patterns are...
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Do you wish there was a place you could go for writing inspiration and practice? Where you could hang out with other writers? Without needing to make a long-term commitment or spend a lot of money? With food and drink involved? Gotham Write-Ins are that place. Read More. The tools needed to write are quite simple—pen and paper, or electronic device. But it’s useful to have advice and...
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CLICK HERE to download a PDF containing the 2017 full agenda with presenters and descriptions of Institutes and Sessions. Connecticut Reading Association – A State Affiliate of the International Literacy Association. (Sponsored Speakers: Wiley Blevins, Lester Laminack, & Laura Robb). Connecticut Pre K-5 Core & SRBI Account Representative. Nicholas Criscuolo Reading Award for Administrators.
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