Literacy Learning Opportunities Winter/Spring 2017

WEBINARS

1/18/2017 the keys to rigor in the elar classroom (k-12)
1/17/17 show me the money: grant opportunities for your library*
1/31/2017 Close writing, part 1 (2-6)
2/7/17 book love a la penny kittle*
2/14/17 Authentic writers' workshop (3-12)
3/7/17 t-tess: how librarians can support teacher evaluations*
3/21/17 question stems to melt your students' minds (k-12)
4/4/17 author studies-21st century style*
4/11/17 close writing (2-6)
5/16/17 explore local public library summer reading programs*

* Session indicated with a '*' are for members of the Library Services cooperative.

upcoming classes

1/23/17 getting them on the "write" path (k-2)
1/23/17 Texas dyslexia identification academy (tdia) Module 5
1/24/17 going beyond basic: staar rubric analysis & scoring calibration (4 & 7)
1/25/17 texas dyslexia identification academy (tdia) module 2
1/27/17 awakening the walking dead: using social justice to inspire authentic reading & writing for the disengaged learner
2/7/17 texas dyslexia identification academy (tdia) module 3
2/15/17 texas dyslexia identification academy (tdia) module 4
2/17/17 4th grade staar writing boot camp!
2/21/17 workstation er: engagement & rigor through purposeful literacy stations (k-2)
2/22/17 texas dyslexia identification academy (tdia) module 5
2/28/17 7th grade staar writing boot camp!
2/28/17 tips & tools for Expository Writing (9-12) morning session: 9:00am-12:00pm
2/28/17 tips & tools for persuasive writing (7-12) afternoon session: 1:00-4:00pm
3/7/17 question stems to melt your students' minds: divergent thinking & assessment
4/20/17 authentic writers' workshop: secondary (6-12)

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