Join us at our 2016 "What\'s New in Math & Literacy" workshop, and discover the secret to making any kid into a reader — finding the right book. Larry Swartz will help you connect the right book to the right kid, at the right time.
Join literacy guru David Booth, as he offers the best of his tried-and-true methods for making literacy a reality in your classroom.
Join Deb McCallum as she offers answers to the puzzle of authentic feedback — an ongoing, flexible process among all members of the classroom, every day. Taken at our workshop in November 2015.
Join Kathy Lundy, as she explores ways we can learn to work collaboratively to weave authentic learning tapestries where understandings are drawn from one subject to enrich others. Taken at our November workshop in 2015.
How many ways can one 200-year-old folktale impact forty teachers and a thousand students? Dive deep into what literacy and comprehension really mean as David Booth holds you spellbound with stories of student response.
Author and experienced educator Joey Mandel talks about the importance of stress management for both teachers and students, and its role in creating positive classroom environments at our November workshop.
Author and seasoned educator Larry Swartz gets active and walks teachers through simple, engaging strategies for exploring literacy through drama at our November workshop.
Interested in inquiry-based learning? Explore the ins and outs of questioning with Carol Koechlin, author of "Q Tasks", at our November workshop.
Looking to encourage a technology-rich learning environment that supports the needs of teachers and students? Janette Hughes outlines some strategies for school leaders from her book, "The Digital Principal", at our November workshop.
Author/educators Kirk Savage and Kevin Bird walk you through their math assessment tool, the ANIE, and illustrate how to use its 5 easy steps to help students solve any math problem!
Watch and listen as bestselling author Adrienne Gear talks about the goals of nonfiction writing for elementary students.
Bestselling author of 4 "Literacy Power" books, Adrienne Gear discusses why primary educators should focus more on giving their students opportunities to write nonfiction.