Our team will provide the rationale for our knowledge-based curriculum, and offer study and practice of the academic systems and critical curriculum elements that support strong lesson execution.
Academic systems include:
- Ways of Reading: Control the Game & Accountable Independent Reading
- Writing for Reading
- Tracking not Watching
- Turn and Talk
- Means of Participation
- Show Call
- Lesson Internalization
This workshop will consist of five 90-minute online sessions over the course of a week (Monday through Friday from 3:00pm – 4:30pm EST).These will be supported by up to 60 minutes of asynchronous learning activities (including, but not limited to, pre/post readings, video analysis, and practice). Although the workshop content is for supporting teachers for when we return to the “brick-and-mortar” world, one of our objectives will be to model online engagement strategies so participants will “live the learning” and be prepared to lead engaging online classes with students. The combination of synchronous and asynchronous activities will optimize both learning and engagement.
YOU WILL RECEIVE:
As in our regular Train the Trainer workshops, schools will have the option to purchase an Implementation Toolkit License. The school leader will receive a link to download copies of all workshop materials, including:
- PowerPoint deck used in the webinar
- All video clips shown
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This webinar is designed for leaders or lead teachers, ideally in teams of two or three, who will be responsible for demonstrating, leading training, and supporting implementation of the Reading Reconsidered Curriculum on their campus.
DATES & TIME:
This workshop is a series of 5 sessions in one week. Participants should plan to attend all sessions:
- June 7, 2021 3:00pm-4:30pm EST
- June 8, 2021 3:00pm-4:30pm EST
- June 9, 2021 3:00pm-4:30pm EST
- June 10, 2021 3:00pm-4:30pm EST
- June 11, 2021 3:00pm-4:30pm EST
Please be aware that this will be an interactive session for all participants. We will ask you to be visible on your cameras and to participate by discussing with colleagues, sharing responses (sometimes in writing) to videos and reflection questions, and practicing.