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Join us to learn about our new early reading program, Being a Reader

All children should experience the joy of being a reader from the first day of school. That’s why we are so excited to invite you to a webinar to introduce Being a Reader, the newest program from Center for the Collaborative Classroom.

We want every child to learn to read and to love reading. But we also want them to grow as responsible, caring, and collaborative people. Being a Reader helps teachers intentionally weave the academic and social curricula together so children develop into strong, confident readers who can immerse themselves in meaningful independent work, and who learn from and care for one another.

Date Thursday, February 25, 2016

Time 4:00 PM Eastern/1:00 PM Pacific

Click here to register.

If you'd like to preview the program in advance of this webinar, we recommend starting a free trial at the CCC Learning Hub, or download a sample lesson.

Please join us to explore this powerful new beginning reading curriculum, designed to help all students learn the foundational skills and strategies required for reading success. We look forward to learning with you!

Peter Brunn is the vice president of organizational learning and communications at Center for the Collaborative Classroom (CCC). Previously at CCC, he was the director of professional development, director of staff development, the assistant director of CCC’s Reading Project, and a staff developer. Before coming to CCC, Peter was a staff developer for the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project and worked in New York City public schools helping teachers implement reading and writing workshops in their classrooms. Peter received his master’s degree in curriculum and teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University, and his undergraduate degree in history from Marquette University. Peter is also the author of The Lesson Planning Handbook: Essential Strategies That Inspire Student Thinking and Learning, published by Scholastic. Follow Peter on Twitter at @pdbrunn.

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