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Using Collaborative Strategic Reading to Improve Academic Literacy in Tier 1 Content-Area Instruction - Day 2

Hudson Region
Dr. Alison Boardman | October 25, 2016, 9 am-3 pm

Program Description: The Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) emphasize the need for
content area teachers to address the literacy needs of ALL students and provide instruction
that supports student engagement and discussion of complex text and understanding of
academic vocabulary. This 2-day + one webinar session PD event is designed to provide
intermediate, middle, and secondary teachers an opportunity to learn and infuse specific
reading strategies within core instruction in the content areas. Day One presents a comprehensive
overview of Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR), a research-validated instructional
model designed to improve reading comprehension and content learning in general education
and intervention settings in grades 4-12. On Day 2, participants learn how to fine tune strategy
use, to incorporate cooperative learning into text-based discussions, and to lesson plan using
CSR strategies and discipline-specific content and materials. A one hour, follow-up webinar is
designed to further support successful implementation of CSR in content-area instruction.
CSR can be used to differentiate core instruction in content area classrooms or as an intervention
at Tier 2 or 3 of an RtI model. Participants will be given access to materials needed to
implement CSR.

Day Two: Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 – must have attended Day One

  • Facilitating High Quality Strategy Use & Discussion
  • CSR Lesson Planning
  • Integration of CSR Strategies into Content-Focused Instruction

Click here to register for Day 1 & Day 2 - NOTE: ATTENDANCE AT BOTH DAYS IS REQUIRED.

Registration begins at 8:15 a.m.
Program begins at 9:00 a.m.

Attendance at all three sessions (Day 1 & Day 2 and a one hour webinar)is required to participate.

About the Presenter: Dr. Alison Boardman is an assistant research professor in the School of
Education at the University of Colorado Boulder where she teachers courses on differentiating
instruction and conducts research to improve students’ reading comprehension and English
language proficiency in general education settings.

Who Should Attend
This full day workshop is targeted and designed specifically for school-based RtI Core/Design teams, teachers, and interventionists who work with struggling readers at the intermediate, middle, and high school levels. Suggested participants may include the following school personnel:

  • Content area teachers
  • Intermediate-level general and special education teachers
  • Reading teachers
  • RtI core team members
  • Intervention specialists
  • School support staff
  • School psychologists
  • Principals and administrators

WORKSHOP IS FREE OF CHARGE
Lunch is on your own, but can be pre-ordered & paid on site thru the hotel restaurant.

CANCELLATION POLICY
Please be considerate and notify the NYS RtI TAC if you are unable to attend. We anticipate demand for
this event will exceed capacity. Failure to cancel registration may compromise registration for future
NYS RtI TAC-sponsored events.

Click here for the event flyer

Radisson Hotel New Rochelle
One Radisson Plaza
New Rochelle, New York 10801

Phone: 914-576-3700
Website

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The Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) emphasize the need for content area teachers to address the literacy needs of ALL students and provide instruction that supports student engagement and discussion of complex text and understanding of academic vocabulary. This 2-day + one webinar session PD event is designed to provide intermediate, middle, and secondary teachers an opportunity to learn and infuse specific reading strategies within core instruction in the content areas. Day One presents a comprehensive overview of Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR), a research-validated instructional model designed to improve reading comprehension and content learning in general education and intervention settings in grades 4-12. On Day 2, participants learn how to fine tune strategy use, to incorporate cooperative learning into text-based discussions, and to lesson plan using CSR strategies and discipline-specific content and materials. A one hour, follow-up webinar is designed to further support successful implementation of CSR in content-area instruction. CSR can be used to differentiate core instruction in content area classrooms or as an intervention at Tier 2 or 3 of an RtI model. Participants will be given access to materials needed to implement CSR.

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The Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) emphasize the need for content area teachers to address the literacy needs of ALL students and provide instruction that supports student engagement and discussion of complex text and understanding of academic vocabulary. This 2-day + one webinar session PD event is designed to provide intermediate, middle, and secondary teachers an opportunity to learn and infuse specific reading strategies within core instruction in the content areas. Day One presents a comprehensive overview of Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR), a research-validated instructional model designed to improve reading comprehension and content learning in general education and intervention settings in grades 4-12. On Day 2, participants learn how to fine tune strategy use, to incorporate cooperative learning into text-based discussions, and to lesson plan using CSR strategies and discipline-specific content and materials. A one hour, follow-up webinar is designed to further support successful implementation of CSR in content-area instruction. CSR can be used to differentiate core instruction in content area classrooms or as an intervention at Tier 2 or 3 of an RtI model. Participants will be given access to materials needed to implement CSR.

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