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15. Introduction to See the Sound - Visual Phonics© | 2022 Literacy Symposium

15. Introduction to See the Sound - Visual Phonics© | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:09:02 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ See the Sound - Visual Phonics© is a multi-sensory approach to teaching reading, language, and writing skills. It is a system which associates each sound in our language with a hand gesture graphic symbol. See the Sound - Visual Phonics© links speech sounds to our other senses in a natural progression. The mouth movements for each phoneme are then mirrored in a hand gesture. The gesture in turn is reflected in a written symbol. This session will provide an overview of the strategy and validating research. a sample of the gestures and written symbols will be shared. Upon completion, participants will not be qualified to implement the strategy in instruction.
16. Spelling: Visible Language to Inform Instruction and Intervention | 2022 Literacy Symposium

16. Spelling: Visible Language to Inform Instruction and Intervention | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:01:19 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ This session highlights the importance of spelling to literacy development and how it can be analyzed to inform instruction and intervention. The integration of phonology, orthography, and morphology will be used to analyze student spelling inventory results. Participants will analyze classroom and individual student spelling to determine the types of errors students made and engage with a tool that school teams can use to drive analysis and target instruction and intervention. Classroom and individual analysis of spelling inventory results will guide participants in drawing conclusions for core and individual instruction to accelerate learning. (k-5)
17. Coaching Components For The Post-COVID Era | 2022 Literacy Symposium

17. Coaching Components For The Post-COVID Era | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
00:56:49 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 17. Coaching Components For The Post-COVID Era: Face 2 Face; Flipped or Mixed! In this session, IU consultants will explain the idea of using coaching models including face-to-face, “flipped”, and a hybrid approach to coaching a roll-out and scale-up of ECRI routines and other evidence-based practices. Participants will walk through the benefits, challenges, and problem-solving strategies of coaching district leaders and teachers along their ECRI journey by using a PLC format.

17. The Long and Winding Road to…Interconnected Systems Framework

08/15/2017
00:53:11 minutes
We had questions…What do we do with our screening data? What evidence based programs should we use? Who can help us implement these programs? We will share the answers that we found to help meet the needs of our students and strive to integrate with the mental health system.
18. Secondary Reading - Implementing High-Leverage Practices | 2022 Literacy Symposium

18. Secondary Reading - Implementing High-Leverage Practices | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:14:03 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ Can we improve the reading of students in secondary schools? Absolutely! Begin by bringing this adage to life: “Every day, in every class, we read, we write, we speak. Every day, in every class, we read, we write, we speak.” Next, focus on evidence-based, high-leverage practices: 1) actively teaching vocabulary in all classes, 2) having students respond deeply to text, 3) challenging students to compare and contrast items, and 4) having students read orally (e.g., partner reading, team reading, choral reading, cloze reading) to increase fluency (e.g., accuracy, rate, expression).
19. Facilitator Training - Parent Workshop on Early Reading Skills | 2022 Literacy Symposium

19. Facilitator Training - Parent Workshop on Early Reading Skills | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:02:19 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ Read by 4th, the Philadelphia partner of the national Grade Level Reading network, is committed to strengthening literacy instruction in Philadelphia schools….and homes. The research is clear that a good connection between classroom and home is what really helps children learn to read. So Rb4 partners, led by Drexel University and AIM Institute for Learning and Research, developed an interactive workshop for parents of K-3 students, on Early Reading Skills – Phonological Awareness, Phonics and Fluency. Attendees will learn about all aspects of this interactive workshop, and explore how to deliver it in their communities, including how to access the PPT and videos, all activities to be used during the workshop, as well as materials for parents to take home.

19. We Are All in the Same Framework: SAP and PBIS Integration

08/15/2017
00:44:14 minutes
In this interactive session, participants will explore how Student Assistance Program (SAP) can serve as a vehicle for work at Tier 2 and Tier 3 within a PBIS framework. Integration of each set of practices is an important consideration for teams with fiscal and time constraints. Presenters will describe essential components to consider as teams work toward a seamless system of supports. Participants will leave with a checklist to take back to their schools to improve blending efforts.

2. Promoting Culturally Responsive Behavior Management through PBIS: The Double Check Model

07/06/2016
00:59:34 minutes
Culturally diverse students are disproportionately represented in special education programs and receive disproportionately high rates of office disciplinary referrals and suspensions. Research suggests that teachers require additional professional development on issues related to culturally responsive education in order to manage and understand the behaviors of culturally diverse students and to engage diverse learners in the curriculum. This session provides an overview of the Double Check (Bradshaw & Rosenberg, 2016) model, which is a framework for helping teachers and school staff to reflect on, and ultimately address, the following five core components associated with culturally responsive practices: Reflective Thinking, Authentic Relationship, and Connection to Curriculum, Effective Communication, and Sensitivity to Student’s Cultural and Situational Messages. The self-reflection process is facilitated through professional development and coaching, which help to increase awareness of one’s own cultural sensitivities.

2. Systems to Support Classroom PBIS

08/15/2017
00:57:24 minutes
This session will preview a model for developing and implementing systems to support teachers’ implementation of classroom PBIS. Specifically, Dr. Simonsen will discuss critical systems features, describe a decision-making framework to guide implementation of systems features, and share examples of what systems may look like in practice.

20. Creating Staff and Community Buy-In

08/15/2017
00:49:12 minutes
This presentation will be a collaboration among elementary and middle school SWPBIS teams and how they have created both staff and community buy-in to their Tier 1 SWPBIS programs.