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Engaging Learners: The Role of Literacy in Successful Student Centered Learning/Reading
Blended Session



The training focuses on the role of literacy in successful student centered environments.  The topic for this session is READING.  This represents a paradigm shift in how to plan instruction to include literacy so that students can be successful working at the appropriate level of rigor. Best practice strategies and routines will be reviewed during this session. Teachers will be challenged to reflect on their own instruction. During this session you will be introduced to the Active Learning Institute for Student Engagement Network (ALISEN)

Important Session Information:


Do not miss the opportunity to be part of this innovative Blended Learning PD at Region 12 combining online and face-to-face learning. This 4 hour session includes a brief pre-session activity, 3 hours of face-to-face professional development followed by a 1 hour outside learning experience.

Since this blended learning session includes a brief pre-session activity, the registration deadline for the session ends one week prior to the face-to-face date.  Please pay careful attention to the start and end times for the face-to-face portion of this session. Please bring your own device if possible. Participants may stay after the conclusion of the face-to-face portion of the session to begin work on the outside learning experience/assignment.

T-TESS/T-PESS:
Dimension 1.3: Knowledge of Students, Dimension 2.3: Communication

Registration for this session has ended
Session ID:
151159
Credits Available:
(4) CPE
Seats Available:
38
Fee:
$55.00
Contact Person:
Judy York
Instructor(s):
Judy York
Date Time Location
1/22/2019 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM LEx Labs at the BRIC
100 Research Parkway, Waco, 76704


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