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9622
Middle School, High School, ELA (5) 

Collaborate with other English/Language Arts teachers around the Kansas Vision of success for each student.

Bring ideas to share and capitalize on the experience of other English teachers and use the time for trouble shooting, lesson planning, and resource sharing. 

You’ll build relationships that extend beyond our four days together. (6-12 English teachers)
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Starts Starts: 9/29/2017 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 4
Location Location:
Status Status: 21 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 25 seats
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9766
Jane Seward (1,2,5) Elementary & Interventionists Launching successful readers is the goal of Pathways to Reading (PTR). The model is designed to assist teachers in understanding phonemic awareness and phonics and their relationship to the development of reading and spelling, preventively and remedially, and integrate the instruction with other research-based components of fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. With a focus on student engagement, participants will learn to differentiate and pace small group instruction and incorporate Dr. David Kilpatrick’s one-minute oral PA exercises. In addition, participants will increase their knowledge base with an awareness of the recent findings on orthographic mapping and its relevance to fluent reading. PTR training is for K-2nd grade general education teachers, Title 1, Special Education, ELL, Reading Specialists, and Interventionists at all grade levels. Title III funds may be used for this training. Title III funds can be used for this training More
Starts Starts: 7/23/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
Location Location:
Status Status: 18 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 40 seats
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9802
Robi Alstrom
Elementary, Middle School, ELL (1, 5) 

Are you looking for a new approach to grammar that doesn’t leave students yawning or experiencing panic attacks? 

Engage student learning with authentic grammar instruction from A Grammar Journey Beyond Worksheets, a new book by Robi Alstrom. 

In addition to increasing their grammar knowledge, participants will develop student-friendly grammar terminology and definitions and practice hands-on activities that help students master the functions of words in sentences and promote writing achievement. The focus will be on bringing relevance to grammar instruction by circling through oral language, close reading and targeted writing activities. 

Title III funds may be used for this workshop.
Materials Fee $30
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Starts Starts: 7/30/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
Status Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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9803
Robi Alstrom
Elementary, Middle School, ELL (1, 5) 

Are you looking for a new approach to grammar that doesn’t leave students yawning or experiencing panic attacks?

Engage student learning with authentic grammar instruction from A Grammar Journey Beyond Worksheets, a new book by Robi Alstrom. In addition to increasing their grammar knowledge, participants will develop student-friendly grammar terminology and definitions and practice hands-on activities that help students master the functions of words in sentences and promote writing achievement. The focus will be on bringing relevance to grammar instruction by circling through oral language, close reading and targeted writing activities. 

Title III funds may be used for this workshop.
Materials Fee $30
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Starts Starts: 7/31/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
Status Status: 29 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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9816
Jane Seward (1,2,5) Elementary & Interventionists Launching successful readers is the goal of Pathways to Reading (PTR). The model is designed to assist teachers in understanding phonemic awareness and phonics and their relationship to the development of reading and spelling, preventively and remedially, and integrate the instruction with other research-based components of fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. With a focus on student engagement, participants will learn to differentiate and pace small group instruction and incorporate Dr. David Kilpatrick’s one-minute oral PA exercises. In addition, participants will increase their knowledge base with an awareness of the recent findings on orthographic mapping and its relevance to fluent reading. PTR training is for K-2nd grade general education teachers, Title 1, Special Education, ELL, Reading Specialists, Interventionists at all grade levels. Title III funds may be used for this training. Title III funds can be used for this training More
Starts Starts: 9/18/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
Location Location:
Status Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 40 seats
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9808
*Elementary, Literacy, Reading Intervention (3, 5) *Reading Intervention starts with a focus on how the brain reads and what we know about the brains of students who struggle to become proficient readers. Using this knowledge, participants will discuss different assessments that can be used to evaluate reading achievement and what that data tells us about the students’ needs. Emphasis is on using this knowledge to determine probable causes of a reading difficulty focusing on the three sub-types of disability, so the intervention can be tailored to the instruction that is most likely to benefit the student and follow the scope and sequence of reading skills. Participants will receive strategies for helping students become proficient readers and have a chance to evaluate various resources for support. *Title III funds may be used for this workshop. More
Starts Starts: 9/24/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
Status Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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9809
Reading Intervention starts with a focus on how the brain reads and what we know about the brains of students who struggle to become proficient readers. Using this knowledge, participants will discuss different assessments that can be used to evaluate reading achievement and what that data tells us about the students’ needs. Emphasis is on using this knowledge to determine probable causes of a reading difficulty focusing on the three sub-types of disability, so the intervention can be tailored to the instruction that is most likely to benefit the student and follow the scope and sequence of reading skills. This workshop will look at new research in reading and its implications for instruction and intervention for reading. Participants will receive strategies for helping students become proficient readers and have a chance to evaluate various resources for support. Title III funds may be used for this workshop. More
Starts Starts: 9/27/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
Status Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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9836
Grades 5-12 Whether your school is in the process of redesign or not, it’s time for teachers to get out of their silos and collaborate across the disciplines. ELA and the Social Studies are natural partners. Yet they are too often taught as separate and sometimes competing content areas. But combining the people and events of social studies with the fiction and literacy tools of the language arts creates a powerful learning experience for our students. What can it look like when content and instruction bleed across these two traditionally separate classrooms?  This workshop is designed for ELA and Social Studies teachers to attend together, learning from Robi and Glenn as well as each other on integrating best practices, resources, and instructional strategies. More
Starts Starts: 10/24/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
Status Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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9837
Whether your students are going to college, to a technical school, or straight into the workforce, teachers need to develop the literacy skills their students need for their chosen careers. 

This starts by ensuring that all students have foundational reading and writing skills for success then creating authentic literacy activities through inquiry. Teachers don’t have to abandon their current content; we will look at ways to embed technical reading and writing across the curriculum.
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Starts Starts: 11/28/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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9777
Elementary Paras - This workshop will begin by looking at the reading brain in order to make decisions about how to best help struggling readers. Activities will be demonstrated for letter recognition and formation and phonemic awareness as the building blocks for reading.Phonics activities will be provided for participants to use with students at a variety of proficiency levels. Next, participants will learn to apply these skills with students to develop reading fluency. Secondary - I’ll demonstrate phonemic awareness and phonics activities that don’t make older students feel like they are back in the primary grades but that lay the necessary foundation for proficient reading, Finally, we’ll look at activities for building a robust vocabulary that supports reading comprehension. More
Starts Starts: 12/4/2018 8:15 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
Status Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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