This September, I’m excited to lead a new webinar on student engagement on behalf of the folks at Big Universe. It’s titled Student Engagement: Tips + Strategies for K-12 Readers and will take place on Wednesday, September 13th from 2:00 to 3:00 PM ET.
The start of a new school year provides a great opportunity to share new techniques and strategies for student engagement with your team. In this webinar I’ll discuss a handful of tips for educators on how they can best support their K-12 readers. I know it’s a super busy time of year. So the team at Big Universe will send you a recording of the event. This way if you aren’t able to join live you can watch on your own time. All you have to do is sign up here!
Free Webinar: Student Engagement Tips + Strategies for K-12 Readers
During this hour-long webinar you’ll learn:
- How to promote student engagement across the curriculum
- Tips for introducing new texts to students
- Strategies for leveraging technology to hook students during book studies
- Ideas for leading discussions before, during and after reading
- Introducing and monitoring independent reading
- Making reading joyful and motivating readers
This webinar is totally free and I’m really excited to share strategies from my new book Taming the Wild Text: Literacy Strategies for Today’s Reader and plenty of actionable tips you can try tomorrow! Whether you’re a classroom teacher, administrator, instructional coach or media specialist there will be lots of useful information to take back to your students and fellow educators.
If you’re not able to attend the live event, go ahead and register. We will send you a recording of the webinar to watch at your convenience. If you attend the live webinar you will receive a Certificate of Attendance for one hour of professional development. Make sure to sign up here to snag your spot!
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