We offer two graduate courses in guided reading at the Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative each summer — one for grades K–2 and one for grades 3–8.
Course Number: EEDUC 6045Dates: Summer 2014 This course is an in-depth look at how to use guided reading in an
intermediate/middle classroom. This course focuses on observing and analyzing reading
behaviors for effective instruction as well as understanding the parts
of a guided reading lesson and how each element helps students become
more effective readers.
Course Number: EEDUC 6047Dates: Summer 2014 This course takes an in-depth look at how to use guided reading in
the K–2 classroom. It is based on Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell's
book Guided Reading: Good First Teaching for All Children.
Cost and Registration Information
Step 1: Register with the Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative.
Step 2: Register for the course with the Lesley University Registrar's Office.
Step 3: Pay for the course via your LOIS account or the Office of Student Accounts.
Full List of Literacy Professional Development in CambridgeThe Effective Literacy Coach Training
Introduction to Guided ReadingLeveled Literacy Intervention Training
Phonics, Spelling, and Vocabulary in the Reading/Writing ClassroomSummer Literacy InstituteSchool Leaders SeminarOn-Site Literacy Professional Development at Your School
Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
Kelly Adams, Project Manager
Center for Reading Recovery Blog
This event will take place on campus:
Lesley UniversityUniversity Hall1815 Massachusetts AvenueCambridge, MA 02140
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