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May 13, 2021 @ 4:00 pm 5:00 pm

Fireside Chat: The Essential Role of Literacy Coaches and Teacher Leaders

Date(s):
May 13, 2021
Time:
4:00-5:00pm (EST)
Grade Levels:
PreK-8
Focus:
Leadership & Coaching
Audience:
  • District & School Leaders
  • Classroom Teachers, Interventionists, & Specialists
  • Literacy Coaches & Teacher Leaders
Format:
Online: Real Time Webinar
Cost:
Complimentary

Invest your financial resources in building the professional capacity of your staff and achieve equitable outcomes for all your students.

Join us for a 1-hour webinar to discuss the importance of developing strong literacy coaches and teacher leaders to lead and facilitate literacy improvement in your school.

We invite school leaders, teacher leaders, literacy coaches and district wide decision makers to join us for a fireside chat with Irene Fountas and Cindy Downend from the Center for Reading Recovery & Literacy Collaborative.

Irene and Cindy will facilitate the discussion to help you think about the essential role that literacy coaches and teacher leaders play in supporting continuous professional learning of their colleagues that help teachers learn how to help students make accelerated progress.

Irene and Cindy will also introduce you to the variety of professional learning opportunities the Center offers to advance the learning of literacy coaches and teacher leaders.


The Literacy Collaborative Partnership provides a long-term, coherent approach to literacy teaching and learning.

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