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Bridging Research to Practice 2012-13 Workshop Series for K-6 School Improvement in Reading


The purpose of these small-group workshops is to help school leaders and teachers in grades K-6 learn how to use scientifically-based reading instruction to improve reading achievement. The sessions will focus on organizational change and the development of shared leadership and school-wide collaboration, and may be tailored to meet the specific needs of your school.

The workshops are intended for a team of elementary school staff (administrators, classroom teachers, reading resource teachers, ELL teachers, and special education teachers).

There are four different workshop series, each meeting four times during the academic year:

  • Providing Effective Reading Instruction
  • Developing Effective Professional Learning Communities
  • Use of School-Wide Data at the Student, Teacher, and School Level
  • Tested Techniques for Coaching

Learn more about the Bridging Research to Practice workshop series for 2012-13. Priority registration for school teams is due June 1st:
http://www.cehd.umn.edu/Reading/events/summerworkshop2012/default.html

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