How do you differentiate for readers in your classroom? I’m very excited to join the folks at Voyager Sopris to share ten tips for differentiating instruction for K-5 readers. On Monday, November 13, 2017 at 7PM ET, you’re invited to a totally free webinar for educators, “10 Tips to Differentiate for Readers” (click here to register.)
During this webinar you’ll learn about some of my favorite strategies for supporting readers across the content areas. This also includes ways to support students with access to a variety of digital devices as well as traditional print reading materials. You’ll hear some of the strategies shared in my new book Taming the Wild Text: Literacy Strategies for Today’s Reader and three attendees of the live event will win a copy of this book too!
Free Webinar: 10 Tips to Differentiate for Readers
Here’s the full description for this special event:
Join Dr. Monica Burns for ten tips on how to differentiate using high-interest reading materials. This edWebinar will provide an overview of differentiated instruction and strategies you can tailor for your own classroom. You’ll hear real classroom stories from Dr. Burns’ time as a classroom teacher as well as her work with teachers and students across the country. The goal of this presentation is to leave you with actionable ideas that are scaleable for different grade levels and customizable for different classrooms.
Dr. Burns will share best practices for differentiated instruction so teachers at any grade level can use both with low-tech and high-tech classrooms. This session will share strategies for gauging student interest so texts can be tailored to areas they are passionate about, and tips for using high-interest reading materials. Dr. Burns can’t wait to share “ready-for-tomorrow” ideas to bring back to your classroom!
Grades K-5 classroom teachers, reading coaches, principals, administrators, and library media specialists alike, will all benefit from attending this edWebinar. There will be time for a Q&A session after the presentation. Join us to gain strategies on differentiating high-interest texts in a variety of classroom types for your students.
Live Webinar Bonus
If you attend the live session, you’ll also receive a CE certificate within 24 hours of the edWebinar. Alternatively, if you view the recording and would like a CE certificate, join the Adaptive Literacy Learning community and go to the edWebinar Archives folder to take the CE quiz.
edWebinar Bonus! Three attendees of this live event will win a copy of Dr. Burns’ new book, Taming the Wild Text: Literacy Strategies for Today’s Reader.
Click here to register for this special event! Not sure if you can make it? Sign up and we’ll send you a link to watch the recording on your own time.