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#CSinPA 7-12 Computer Science Certification Updates

#CSinPA 7-12 Computer Science Certification Updates

10/19/2020
This meeting provides updates on Pennsylvania 7-12 Computer Science Certification and Praxis exam information.
“I Have More To Say!”: Moving Beyond Requesting with AAC

“I Have More To Say!”: Moving Beyond Requesting with AAC

03/18/2020
Requesting is a common starting point for many emergent communicators. While requesting is a motivating place to begin, we often find ourselves feeling stuck there. In this session, we will explore ideas for incorporating core vocabulary into daily classroom routines, and provide examples of implementation.

02. Integrating SWPBIS and Olweus Anti-Bullying

06/28/2013
01:06:20 minutes
This session features how McKinley Elementary School integrated PBIS and the Olweus Anti-Bullying Program. By finding the nexus between the two programs, McKinley was able to leverage the structures of PBIS and Olweus to proactively reduce bullying behaviors. Interventions provided through both frameworks provided a supportive foundation to improve school climate and culture. The strategies utilized to forge this connection will be shared during this session.
02. Secondary Leadership in Developing MTSS at the Secondary Level | 2022 Literacy Symposium

02. Secondary Leadership in Developing MTSS at the Secondary Level | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:14:02 minutes
In this Panel-style discussion, The Burgettstown, Pine Richland and Northgate Secondary Administration will share their experiences implementing intervention at the secondary level within an MTSS framework.
03. Breaking Barriers | 2022 Literacy Symposium

03. Breaking Barriers | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
00:55:13 minutes
03. Breaking Barriers: How School Leaders Can Prioritize Practices That Maximize Literacy Learning Disrupted literacy skill acquisition was predicted at the onset of COVID-19; however, the most effective methods for accelerating learning upon return to consistent instruction is still being determined. This session is intended to assist leaders, administrators, and the educators responsible for instructional design with sifting through the mass of perspectives and data to select action items that are most likely to improve student literacy achievement. In this session, we’ll discuss research-informed priority practices that aim to maximize accelerated literacy learning.
04. Structured Literacy Among English Learners | 2022 Literacy Symposium

04. Structured Literacy Among English Learners | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:04:01 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 04. Structured Literacy Among English Learners: What Every Teacher Should Know There are 5 million English learners attending public schools today. Every educator must therefore understand how to design and implement Structured Literacy among this diverse population of students. This session will address the evidence-based practices for incorporating intentional oral language strategies within Structured Literacy lessons. Participants will learn the cross-linguistic features of several languages and how to design reading instruction which integrates first and second language knowledge. Strategies will be modeled and practiced for ease of implementation.
06. Advancing the Science of Reading in Higher Education | 2022 Literacy Symposium

06. Advancing the Science of Reading in Higher Education | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
00:43:41 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ This session will include a panel of teacher preparation educators who will discuss how they include the Science of Reading and Structured literacy in their programs.
07. The Writing Rope: A Framework for Evidence-Based Writing Instruction | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07. The Writing Rope: A Framework for Evidence-Based Writing Instruction | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:05:39 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ Participants in this workshop will learn why summarizing has been identified through research as highly effective for developing both comprehension and writing. Practical suggestions for explicit teaching of summary writing based on text and non-text sources will be shared, including scaffolds.
08. The Syntax Attuned Educator | 2022 Literacy Symposium

08. The Syntax Attuned Educator | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:05:21 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 08. The Syntax Attuned Educator: Supporting Students’ Ability to Comprehend and Write Sentences Syntactic knowledge, the ability to understand a variety of grammatical structures within the context of a sentence, supports students’ comprehension of text. This session presents research on syntax and explains its critical role in comprehending complex text. Armed with this understanding, educators learn how to teach their students the functions of sentence parts—words, phrases, and clauses—in order to show them how to unpack the meaning of sentences they encounter in text.
09. Teaching reading using a speech-to-print approach | 2022 Literacy Symposium

09. Teaching reading using a speech-to-print approach | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:10:38 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 09. Teaching reading using a speech-to-print approach: A new twist of the Reading Rope What exactly is speech-to-print instruction, and why does it have a such a strong positive impact on learning to read, write, and spell? A “speech-to-print” approach puts spoken language first to leverage the brain's innate, biological wiring and organization for oral language. With “speech to print”, spelling is the gateway through which students learn how to read and write. Students first learn how to attend to the sound structure of spoken English words and then how to connect and combine sounds, letter patterns, and meanings to read and spell words. This is exactly how the brain works in good readers and writers and current reading science research, including brain-imaging studies, shows strong gains in reading and writing performance and added academic benefits for students receiving speech-to-print instruction vs. print-to-speech instruction. ALL students – and especially students who have or are at high-risk for reading and writing problems – can benefit from a speech-to-print approach to reading and writing. Whether you’re a classroom teacher, classroom aide, literacy coach or consultant, interventionist or other specialist, this two-part course will empower you with a purposeful understanding of speech-to-print instruction and give you specific and practical ideas that have a powerful impact on students’ reading and writing. You’ll see how easy it is to make everyday teaching practices more effective by giving them a speech-to-print tweak. You’ll leave with useful ideas that you can immediately put into action to quickly observe positive changes in your students' learning.