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11:00 am-4:00 pm
Monday, November 16, 2015 Sessions
LCB-6- Hopkinson- Be a Detective!
LCB-9- Moses- Supporting English Language Learners in the Reading Workshop
LCC-6- Sweeney- Student-Centered Learning Labs
LCC-11- Landrigan, Mulligan, Provost, Fisher- Impacting Student Learning Through Literacy Coaching
LCC-12- Morrison- Effective Elementary Literacy
LCD-10- Mulligan and Landrigan- Using Small Group Instruction to Transfer Guided Practice to Independent Application
LCD-4- Moses- Supporting English Language Learners in the Mainstream Classroom
RRC-1- Schnug- Word Work on the Run
RRC-3- McDermott- Thinking More Deeply About Language Structure
RRD-2- Klein- Reading Recovery and Classroom Writing in First Grade
RRD-4- Hartman- Flexibly Expanding Children's Oral Language Using the Cut-Up Story
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 Sessions
LCF-2- Hopkinson- Be a Detective!
LCF-7- Sweeney- Building a Culture for Student-Centered Coaching and Collaboration
LCF-13- Gangi- Methods for Maximizing Engagement and Independence in the Writing Workshop
LCG-1- Hopkinson- Imagine Possibilities
LCG-3- Sweeney- What is Student-Centered Coaching?
LCG-12- Bowen, Leger, Lewis, Provost, Zitzmann- Using Picture Books to Engage Readers and Support Deep Thinking LCG-14- Kohn- Biograpical and Historical Letters
RRE-3 and RRG-3- Klein- Oral Language, Reading, and Writing Connections for English Language Learners
RRE-4- Schnug- Word Work on the Run
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