Accelerated Literacy Learning

Accelerated Literacy Learning

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    Brenda Wallace

    Brenda Wallace

    Brenda Wallace is a distinguished leader in the field of teaching writing and reading. Brenda has graduate degrees in education and in writing from Columbia University's Teachers College and from Columbia University's School of the Arts in NY . As a consultant, she partners   more...
    Denise Leograndis

    Denise Leograndis

    Denise Leograndis is a full time literacy consultant with A.L.L. . She works to help teachers and principals develop professional learning communities and build capacity by facilitating curriculum and lesson planning, as well as modeling lessons in K-6 classrooms. She coaches   more...
    Constance Foland

    Constance Foland

    Constance Foland began her teaching career as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Cameroon, West Africa. From there she went on to study at Teachers College, Columbia, and received a degree in Teaching English as a Second Language. As a teacher in New York City public schools, Constance   more...
    Sharon DeBiagio

    Sharon DeBiagio

    Sharon DeBiagio , a native Californian, was been Director of Curriculum with the Millbrae School District from 2004 through 2010. In her directorship role, she provided literacy staff development and curriculum planning for grades K through 8. She was previously a classroom   more...
    Judie Lulow

    Judie Lulow

    Judie Lulow received her A.B. degree from Smith College and a Masters in Early Childhood Education from Teachers College, Columbia University in NY. Her teaching career began at P.S. 166 in Manhattan and she then spent eighteen years teaching at P.S. 87 before joining   more...
    Lisa Levinger

    Lisa Levinger

    Lisa Levinger has taught in many different settings, including an independent preschool in Manhattan, a small village in Bolivia, a progressive school on New York’s Upper West Side and at all instructional levels in Northern Westchester. These assignments have placed her in   more...

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    Sacramento City Summer Institute
    Adding Details To Writing Part One
    Adding Details To Writing Part Two
    Story Telling Part One
    Story Telling Part Two
    Video from Socorro Independent School District Institute
    Susan Radley Brown at Socorro Independent School District Institute
    Videoclip from our Socorro Independent School District - El Paso, Tx. Institute
    Video Testimonial from the Sacramento City Unified School District Beginning Institute
    Video Testimonial from the Sacramento City Unified School District Beginning Institute
    Video from our Yonkers Institute with Lisa Levinger
    Video from our Yonkers Institute with Lisa Levinger
    Video from Writing Across the Common Core
    CEI-PEA Institute - Emily Levine Presenter video 2
    CEI-PEA Institute - Emily Levine Presenter video 1
    CEI-PEA Summer Institute 2013
    Sacramento City Unified School District Beginning Institute
    Sacramento City Unified School District Beginning Institute
    Yonkers Institute with Emily Levine and Ira Bolterman
    Yonkers Institute with Emily Levine and Ira Bolterman

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    Sacramento City Summer Institute: Teachers working on their own writing
    Sacramento City Summer Institute: Teachers display the chart they created-looking at craft in a mentor text. The discussion focused on how to use the text in a year-long writing curriculum.
    Sacramento City Summer Institute: A group of teachers working on their own writing
    These writing process charts help teachers and students keep track of where students are in their process of publishing a piece. The steps of the writing process are gathering entries, developing a seed idea, drafting, revising, editing and publishing and reflecting.
    These writing process charts help teachers and students keep track of where students are in their process of publishing a piece. The steps of the writing process are gathering entries, developing a seed idea, drafting, revising, editing and publishing and reflecting.
    These writing process charts help teachers and students keep track of where students are in their process of publishing a piece. The steps of the writing process are gathering entries, developing a seed idea, drafting, revising, editing and publishing and reflecting.
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    Teachers working in functional writing centers creating labels for various objects in the classroom. Their personalized notebooks & heart maps are visible in the foreground.
    ALL consultant Emily Levine sharing an example of her writing with Literacy Coaches
    Literacy Coaches recording observations in their writer's notebooks
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