Learning Options:

Series

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Grade Level(s): K – 12

SCECHs: Pending

Intended Audience:

Educators including special education teachers, general education teachers, school administrators, school psychologists/language pathologists, teacher consultants, para educators, and reading interventionists who want to learn the foundations of early reading development for each of the five big ideas of reading, including phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.

Dates and Times:   4-Part Series- August 15 – 17 and October 6, 2017  (all day)

Alternative Formats:  This series is also available as a web-based course (self-paced).

Learning Progression: Upon completion of the series, or web-based course, participants are eligible to register for one of the Reading Strategies & Interventions for Special Educators Learning Labs.

Presenter(s):  Lara MacQuarrie  (Lara.MacQuarrie@oakland.k12.mi.us) 

Location:  Oakland Schools Main Building

Contact Person:  Sue Kiersey  (Susan.Kiersey@oakland.k12.mi.us)

Web-Based Course

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Are you interested in learning about reading strategies?

Do you need the flexibility of learning in your own time and at your own pace?

Our web-based course provides introductory knowledge of the foundational skills for beginning reading development, including phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.  Learn the research behind each of the National Reading Panel’s big idea, the scope and sequence of instruction, and strategies through reading, video, reflection and web-based support.  Participants will receive Teaching Reading Sourcebook and Assessing Reading Multiple Measures as materials.

Grade Level(s): K – 12

SCECHs: Pending

Intended Audience:

Educators including special education teachers, general education teachers, school administrators, school psychologists/language pathologists, teacher consultants, para educators, and reading interventionists who want to learn the foundations of early reading development for each of the five big ideas of reading, including phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.

Dates:  Begins June 1, 2018

Learning Progression: Upon completion of the series, or web-based course, participants are eligible to register for one of the Reading Strategies & Interventions for Special Educators Learning Labs.

Facilitator(s):  Lara MacQuarrie  (Lara.MacQuarrie@oakland.k12.mi.us) 

Contact Person:  Sue Kiersey (Susan.Kiersey@oakland.k12.mi.us)

Learning Labs

REGISTRATION COMING SOON! 

Grade Level(s): K – 12

SCECHs: Pending

Intended Audience:

Educators including special education teachers, general education teachers, school administrators, school psychologists/language pathologists, teacher consultants, para educators, and reading interventionists who want to practice implementing the lessons and strategies presented in the Teaching Reading Sourcebook and learn via teacher lab in an Oakland County classroom.

Prerequisite:  The Reading Strategies & Interventions for Special Educators Series is a prerequisite for these learning labs.

Dates and Times:  

Lab 1 – November 16, 2017

Lab 2 – December 14, 2017

Lab 3 – February 1, 2017

Lab 4 – March 15, 2017

Presenter(s):  Lara MacQuarrie  (Lara.MacQuarrie@oakland.k12.mi.us) 

Location:  Oakland County School Classrooms (TBD)

Contact Person:  Sue Kiersey  (Susan.Kiersey@oakland.k12.mi.us)

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