From Day One: Fostering Independence to Promote Acceleration
Reading Recovery teachers must foster constructive, independent problem solving from the first lesson. This session will explore the act of noticing and responding to shifts in processing, in real-time, to promote accelerated growth and learning.
Building Processing Power: Variety and High-Volume Reading
Often overlooked, reading volume can have a profound impact on a child’s literacy development. Discover how more care must be taken with matching children to massive amounts of texts in fun, engaging ways throughout the series of lessons.
In late learning, children consolidate strategic processing so they solve problems on the run while attending to meaning. This session will identify issues arising in mid learning which slow children’s progress toward late learning and will use videos and student work to present teaching procedures to address these issues.