Summer is upon us! It’s the time of year for educators to refresh! The time of year for educators to get out and enjoy the sun, vacations, family, hikes, parks, or _____________ (you fill in the blank!).
Summer is also the time of year many educators reflect on their own teaching practice and prepare for the upcoming school year. If you are an educator whose summer plans include preparing for instruction in the 2019–2020 school year, we have four recommendations for you:
The User’s Guide is located on the Learning Hub in the Collaborative Literacy Resources folder. You can find it by going to the General Resources section of a selected program. (While you’re there, you may want to check out some of the other helpful resources.)
The information and activities in this guide are designed to introduce/reintroduce you to your Collaborative Literacy materials. You will:
The Implementation Guide is located on the Learning Hub in the Collaborative Literacy Resources folder.
These grade-specific guides provide essential information about Collaborative Literacy programs, including guidance for scheduling and planning for instruction. Familiarize yourself with the Implementation Guide.
The webinars are available on the Professional Learning page of the Collaborative Classroom website. Review the list of webinar series from the 2018–2019 school year. Select a series that interests you, select session(s), and click Watch Webinar for immediate access to the learning.
Blogs are also located on the Professional Learning page of the Collaborative Classroom website. Locate the Blog Posts section and click More Blog Posts. Read the blogs we offer to extend your understanding of our work at Collaborative Classroom and support your own planning and instruction. Use the Filter by Category option to hone in on topics that interest you.
Interested in learning more about how to access professional learning resources as outlined in this blog? Click here to learn more about the Professional Learning System for Collaborative Literacy. Click here to access Sessions 1 and 2 of the webinar series introducing the Professional Learning System.