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.
Discover how the implementation of a student-authored publication project can inspire your students to generate authentic, compelling pieces of writing.
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.
In a three-part series, use the NYS Instructional Leadership Framework as a guide for incorporating reflective writing into your curriculum and use portfolios as projects to enhance learner motivation in your classroom.
Join Kate Roberts for a discussion about the triumphs and troubles with both whole-class novels and independent reading and consider her practical framework for creating units that join both teaching methods together.