Events Monday, Mar 20 - Thursday, Apr 27

Literacy Leadership Team Institute: Intermediate and Middle School Teams (3-8)

University Hall, 1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA 02140

2017-03-20T13:00:00Z 2017-04-27T19:30:00Z UTC Literacy Leadership Team Institute: Intermediate and Middle School Teams (3-8) Explore issues in school improvement University Hall, 1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140 Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative

Dates: March 20–22 and April 26–27, 2018
(9:00 am–3:30 pm)

This institute is intended for school administrators and faculty members interested in learning more about working as a leadership team around effective programs as well as schools and districts interested in implementing a research-based model, such as Literacy Collaborative.

Suggested Composition of Teams

  • Principal
  • Literacy coach
  • Teachers at participating grade levels
  • Reading or Intervention Specialist
  • ELL teacher
  • Special Education teacher
  • Other literacy professionals

Outcomes

  • Develop a common vision of high quality literacy and learning.
  • Discuss the critical components of effective literacy programs.
  • Learn how to use The Fountas & Pinnell Literacy Continuum as a tool for planning, assessing, and assuring all students meet the competencies of the Common Core Standards.
  • Establish group norms and learn methods for working effectively as a team.
  • Build a common understanding of the goals of professional learning communities.
  • Explore the foundational theory and practices of readers’ workshop, writers’ workshop, and language/word study.
  • Learn how to create layers of intensified teaching as part of a Response to Intervention model.
  • Examine the roles of the literacy coach, administrator, and leadership team in developing in-school capacity for teacher development.

Cost and Registration

Training Team Fee (up to 6 participants) Additional Team Member
$4,850 (includes all professional books and lunch) $800

Registration is now open.

Host
Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative