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Teaching for Fluency All Day, Every Day

February 23, 2024 Gen Arcovio, Literacy Trainer

Here are a few tips to integrate intentional teaching for fluency, without adding anything new to your day.

Tags: Teaching

New Diverse Titles to Add to Your Classroom Library

February 12, 2024 Mary E. Cronin, Literacy Coach & Author

Inspired by the first session in our Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series, Literacy Coach Mary Cronin shares a few book recommendations of her own.

Facilitating Conversations about Race: Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series

February 1, 2024 Jennifer Orr, Fourth-Grade Teacher & Author

Jennifer Orr, our next Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series featured speaker, discusses how books can serve as a starting point when facilitating conversations about race.

Carla España: Promoting Access and Equity Through Literacy

January 19, 2024 Gen Arcovio, Literacy Trainer

Looking back on the first session of our annual Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series, professor and author Carla España focused on how to teach in a way that’s inclusive to children from different language backgrounds.

Drawing: An Important Part of the Writing Process

January 10, 2024 Heather Rodman, Literacy Trainer

When students draw before writing it helps them visualize what they want to say. They include details in their drawings that they will later express in their writing using words.

Upcoming Professional Development

Leveled Literacy Intervention National Tutoring Scale-Up Model

Support readers and writers to make literacy progress in 12–18 weeks.

Featured on the National Proven Tutoring Website!
May 6, 2024

Kids, Books, and Anti-Racism Series: Vivian Vasquez

Join us for the third event in our 2024 Kids, Books, and Anti-Racism series!

9:00-11:30am & 1:00-3:30pm (EST)
Register for this individual workshop or all of the series!
April 10-11, 2024

Joyful Writing in Pre-K: Fostering Young Writers

In this 2-day institute for early literacy educators, learn how to bring playful engagement together with oral language and foundational literacy learning to foster young children’s understanding of writing across the day.

Register to participate in-person at Lesley University or virtually!

9:00-11:30am & 1:00-3:30pm (EST)
Open for Registration!

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