Now that you know your students and are settled into the school year, you may be finding that many of them continue to have specific learning needs related to the pandemic. These learning needs are also magnified by the recent release of national testing data. While quick fixes may sound appealing, educators need real investment in professional learning that is flexible, accessible, and nurturing for teachers to achieve a strong, sustainable shared vision for literacy success.
In order to meet this moment, we are offering extended professional learning opportunities for teachers currently utilizing Fountas and Pinnell Classroom™ and Leveled Literacy Intervention.
In these exciting new offerings, participants can benefit from hands-on mentoring and live collaboration with peers in recurring monthly sessions from January through April, 2023. The educators who join these journeys will build vital skills during the school year with the benefit of real time feedback. Members of each cohort will enjoy the camaraderie of fellow educators from across the country, joined together in a shared passion for elevating professional expertise.
LLI Extending Your Expertise: A Guided Professional Learning Journey, Grades K-2 and Grades 3-8
If you use LLI with students but are looking to explore your own student data and investigate solutions throughout the school year, this experience is for you! Across these four, 90-minute sessions between January and April, you’ll have the chance to explore data and share hypotheses alongside colleagues that will inform your instruction and enhance your knowledge of reading as a complex process.
FPC Extending Your Expertise: A Guided Professional Learning Journey, Grades K-2 and 3-6
This experience offers a series of four, 90-minute sessions between January and April for educators using Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ who are looking to learn more about using student data to inform instruction. Participants will gain skills such as how to teach, prompt, and reinforce authentic reading and writing behaviors, learn to better use The Literacy Continuum as a tool for responsive instruction, and will enhance their knowledge of reading as a complex process.