In this session, Dr. Alfred Tatum will discuss reading, writing and text practices to engage diverse students to read and write across multiple disciplinary texts using various culturally responsive literacy approaches. This opportunity is eligible for CTLE credits.
Explore our newest Women & the American Story curriculum unit, Settler Colonialism and the Revolution, 1692-1783, and discover how women experienced colonization, resistance, and rebellion.
Dr. Alfred Tatum will discuss reading, writing, and text practices to engage diverse students read and write multiple disciplinary texts using various culturally responsive literacy approaches. Jess Keating will share her expertise about the animal kingdom in fun, weird, and exciting new ways.
Carl Anderson will work with participants to explore how we start conferences by assessing what students are doing as writers, then decide what to teach them, and finally teach using methods such as showing students mentor texts.
Whether or not you teach Austin, this master class will consider how Austen’s “Emma” illuminates the ways that political and social upheaval are rewritten as matters of taste and manners.
This full-day workshop trains participants in the use of Recipe for Reading – a multi-sensory phonics program useful for teachers in need of a comprehensive decoding program that can be used with minimal support.