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Monday, October 27, 2014
Linda Dorn – Shaping Literate Minds: Using Meaning as a Lever for Intellectual Work
Dana Autry – Guided Reading Plus: Phase II – Writing About Reading
Trish Bandre’ – Using Read-Alouds to Teach Compare and Contrast
Trish Bandre’ – Using Read-Alouds (Read-Aloud Session Organizers)
Trish Bandre’ – Using Read-Alouds (Vocabulary Session Organizers)
Janet Behrend & Susan Perry – Reading Recovery and the Dyslexia Law
Janet Behrend & Susan Perry – Reading Recovery and the Dyslexia Law-FlowCharts
Patsy Conner – Change Over Time in Writing
Judy Embry – The “Write” Component in the RR Lesson
Sharon Gates – Speaking & Listening Common Core State Standards
Sharon Gates – Speaking & Listening Common Core State Standards (Collaborative Conversations)
Sharon Gates – Speaking & Listening Common Core State Standards (Supplements)
Jennifer Hampton – Making Thinking and Learning Visible
Rascheel Hastings – Dyslexia
Carla McClafferty – Close Reading with Nonfiction Author Carla Killough McClafferty
Lynn Newmyer – Scaffolding the Challenge of Comprehending Informational Text
Shanna Robinson & Kris Volbeer – Supporting CIM Implementation with SpEd Students
Carla Soffos – Language Workshop
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Vicki_Altland – Building Vocabulary Knowledge Through Explicit Instruction
Michelle Amend – Planning an Integrated Unit of Study with a Focus on Language Workshop
Trish Bandre’ – Teaching and Assessing Vocabulary in the Intermediate Grades
Laura Coakley – 2 Scales of Help and Predictions of Progress (POP)
Linda Dorn – Teaching Struggling Readers at the Transitional Level and Beyond
Salli_Forbes – Fluency Development: Change Over Time
Salli_Forbes – Reference List
Vicki King – Meeting the Needs of Children with Dyslexia
Pauline Moley – Guided Instruction in the Content Areas – Why and How!
Darcy Pattison – Mentor Texts to Integrate Language, Reading and Writing
Deb Rich – Teaching Academic Vocabulary in Complex Expository Texts
Karen Scott – Why Fidelity is Important
Linda Wert, Molly Bozo, and Dana Meyer – One District’s 7-Year Journey to Sustain a CIM