There are a variety of Introduction to ELA Core Curricula workshops for high school and elementary teachers taking place in late August.
Join Nancy Steineke on April 28 for a deeper look at “Mini-Lessons for Literature Circles”
A hands-on demonstration of instructional techniques to facilitate the reading (and acting out) of Shakespeare’s plays.
Dr. Hiebert will present her latest research focusing specifically on generative vocabulary instruction that helps students develop the ability to apply knowledge of how words work when encountering new words. Register by February 6.
This session will delve into the routines, systems and lessons that can support schools with implementing or strengthening their independent reading initiatives. Register by February 7.
Dr. Tatum leads you through different strategies that help students use writing to chronicle, explore, and navigate their lives. You’ll explore different ways to support student writers and help them identify and foster their own authentic voices. Register by February 12.
Learn how specific moves in print instruction can lay the foundation for cursive writing. Register by January 22.
View a variety of free literacy workshops and events.
All costs for the author visits and the books are covered by the NYCDOE/Lambda Literary Foundation partnership. Apply by priority deadline: Friday, January 13.