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Great events for 2011-2012 September 7, 2011

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No preregistration is required for our events.  Join us and bring a friend!

Response to Intervention and Literacy Development

Dr. Peter Johnston

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Sage Colleges Albany Campus, New Scotland Avenue, Kahl Campus Center

4:30-6:00

Views of literacy development, disabilities, assessment, and intervention are closely linked, and this is particularly evident in approaches to RTI. This talk will explore those links, the critical decisions we need to make, why some RTI structures and practices are more useful than others and how research can inform the choices we make as we implement RTI.  Cosponsored by the School of Education, The Sage Colleges.

 

NYSRA Annual Conference

October 23-25, 2011

Rye Brook, NY

http://www.nysreading.org/Conferences

Members receive a reduced rate to this wonderful professional conference.  Hope to see you there!

Best Books of 2011

Drs. Sherry Guice, Helen Stuetzel, and

Liz Yanoff with Book House Experts

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

4:30-6:00

Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza, Albany

Join local children’s literature experts as they recommend what they consider to be the best books published this year. All reading levels and genres will be addressed.  Thank you to Book House for hosting us and always offering a 20% educator discount.  This meeting is free and open to the public.

Teaching Reading in Small Groups:  Book club and video conference with author Jennifer Seravallo

Thursday, January 12, 2012

The College of Saint Rose, Lally School of Education, Room 228

4:30-6:00

Join us as we discuss the book Teaching Reading in Small Groups:  Differentiated instruction for building strategic, independent readers.  Following our discussion, we have arranged for the author Jennifer Serravallo to join us via video conference.  Members can attend the face-to-face discussion or   participate through video conference by contacting ACARC prior to the meeting. Cosponsored by Thelma P. Lally School of Education, The College of Saint Rose.

Strategic Word Solving:  A Critical

Component of the Interactive

Strategies Approach (ISA)

Dr. Donna Scanlon

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

The College of Saint Rose, Standish Room A

Events and Athletics Center

4:30-6:00

A major purpose of Response to Intervention is to prevent children from experiencing long-term reading difficulties.  The ISA has been found, across a series of large scale studies, to be   effective in preventing reading difficulties when implemented in classroom, small group, and one-to-one settings.  The ISA is a comprehensive and coherent approach to early literacy instruction which relies on teacher knowledge and expertise.  In this session, we will focus on one aspect of the ISA – the method used to help children develop a strategic approach to word solving.  Instructional practices and illustrative videos will be discussed.  Cosponsored by Thelma P. Lally School of Education, The College of Saint Rose.

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