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Mon Feb 4th 2013 - Wed Feb 27th 2013

Webinar 1: Principles of Effective Literacy Learning for Administrators

Presenter: Judi Aronson Target Audience: Elementary school principals, assistant principals, district office staff and school based staff developers In an era of increased accountability, effective school leadership for literacy is essential to the development and continued improvement
Tue Feb 5th 2013 - Tue Feb 26th 2013

Webinar 2: Putting Voice and Passion into Non-Fiction Writing

Presenter: Alicia Heneghan Target Audience: Teachers Grades K-1, literacy coaches, principals, curriculum and instructional leaders This webinar series is based on the A.L.L. K-1 Expert Book Unit of Study and is presented by A.L.L. consultant, Alicia Heneghan. Participants will explore
Mon Mar 18th 2013 - Mon Apr 15th 2013

Webinar 3: Reading and Writing Poetry for the Common Core - Grades K-2 with Andrea Hess

Presenter: Andrea Hess Target Audience: Teachers Grades K-2, literacy coaches, principals, curriculum and instructional leaders In this interactive poetry webinar series, designed specifically for elementary Grades K-2 teachers, participants will explore a genre study focused on teaching
Thu Apr 4th 2013 - Thu Apr 18th 2013

Webinar 4: Teaching Poetry to Kids - Grades 3 - 6 with Susan Radley Brown

Presenter: Susan Radley Brown - A.L.L. Founding Director Target Audience: Teachers Grades 3-6, literacy coaches, principals, curriculum and instructional leaders Participate: Join this webinar In this interactive poetry webinar series, designed specifically for elementary Grades 3-6
Wed, Apr 17th 2013  Time: All Day

Leah Mermelstein Workshop: Share Sessions and Conferences: Grades K-5

In this day long workshop Leah Mermelstein, author of Launching The Writing Workshop, Reading/Writing Connections, and Don’t Forget to Share, will discuss how to conduct writing conferences and share sessions that are assessment driven, joyful, and instructional all at once. First, Leah will talk about some underlining concepts of quality writing conferences. She will outline the different types of conferences you might do along with providing helpful language you might use to research and teach students. She’ll also suggest management techniques and systems of recordkeeping. Then,
Fair Oaks Annex ( Formerly Fair Oaks Elementary School), 10700 Fair Oaks Blvd., Fair Oaks CA 95628
Tue Apr 23rd 2013 - Thu May 23rd 2013

Webinar 6: Putting Voice and Passion into Non-Fiction Writing with Bebe Morrissey

Presenter: Bebe Morrissey Target Audience: Teachers Grades K-1, literacy coaches, principals, curriculum and instructional leaders Participate: Join this webinar This webinar series is based on the A.L.L. K-1 Expert Book Unit of Study and is presented by A.L.L. consultant, Bebe