Secondary ELAR Literacy Strategies Series - 31752

This comprehensive and engaging asynchronous course is designed specifically for secondary English Language Arts and Reading (ELAR) teachers. In this course, participants will delve into a variety of effective literacy strategies that empower teachers to enhance their instructional practices and foster a love for reading and writing among their students. This series will include titles such as formative assessments, close reading, mentor texts, tiered questioning, annotations, small-group instruction, modeled think-alouds, and building background knowledge. Participants will develop a deep understanding of how to create a supportive and engaging learning environment for their students. This asynchronous course contains 11 modules and one reflection deliverable. Participants will have from August 21 through December 1 to complete all assignments. Credit will be offered after the December 1 close date. This course will be housed in Google Classroom, and the code will be emailed to all participants on August 21 or within 48 hours of their enrollment date. Participants will not be able to enroll in this course after November 1. Please email with any questions.

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Teacher - General Education, Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Assistant Principals, Principals
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