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Iowa Literacy Leadership Conference Presentations

Below please find the presentations for he breakout sessions from the Iowa Literacy Leadership Conference (scroll down to see more); please note that we will be adding more as they come in—make sure to check back over the next few days. Thanks to everyone who came and helped make this conference such a success! Please let us know if you have any questions!

Tuesday Morning Breakout Sessions

Ed Walker
Google: The Future of Student Collaboration and Formative Assessment?

 

Russ Goerend
Our Students Don’t Research Like We Did

 

Shelley Fairbairn and Stephaney Jones-Vo
Cultural Competence: The Foundation of Effective Literacy Instruction for All Students

 

Sarah Brown Wessling
Re-Viewing the World: An Introduction to Critical Viewing

 

Susan Young
Putting Individualized Daily Reading (IDR) at the Heart of Reading Instruction

 

Ginger Cook
Developing Vocabulary Through Thinking and Talking About Words

 

Linda Rourke
Motivating Adolescent Readers Through Conversation, Collaboration, and Independent Reading

 

DeDe Small
Children’s Literature: Trends and Titles for Our Diverse Classrooms

 

Sally Beisser
Creativity in Teaching and Learning

 

Tuesday Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Shelley Fairbairn and Stephaney Jones-Vo
Differentiating Reading Instruction and Assessment for English Language Learners

 

Geri Jacobs and Sue Hayes
I’ve Taken a Running Record…Now What?

 

Dawn Canova
Daily 5 by “The Sisters”

 

Sarah Brown Wessling
Teachers Using Integration for Student Innovation: Restructuring a Departmental Approach to Literacy Instruction

 

Susan Young
Supporting Comprehension Instruction in K–6 Classrooms

 

Kelly Stuart
Creating Writing Communities in Every Classroom (K–6)

 

Ginger Cook
The Missing Link: How Building Community Can Increase Academic Achievement

 

Linda Rourke
Lesson Study: Crafting Learning Together (K–12)

 

Ann Wiley
Using Audio in Promoting Reading and Speaking Skills

 

Wednesday Morning Breakout Sessions

Doug Fisher
Productive Group Work: The Power of Collaborative Learning

 

Ann Marie Corgill
Six Things I Know for Sure: Now What Do I Do with What I Know? (K–8)

 

Denise Wood
Critical Literacy

 

Callé Friesen
21st Century Literature for 21st Century Readers

 

Linda Rourke
Motivating Adolescent Readers Through Conversation, Collaboration, and Independent Reading

 

Ginger Cook
Developing Vocabulary Through Thinking and Talking About Words

 

Susan Young
Putting Individualized Daily Reading (IDR) at the Heart of Reading Instruction

 

Kelly Stuart
Creating Writing Communities in Every Classroom (K–6)

 

Linda Hansen
Painless Drilling Down in Data

 

Wednesday Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Doug Fisher
Productive Group Work: The Power of Collaborative Learning

 

Ann Marie Corgill
Six Things I Know for Sure: Now What Do I Do with What I Know? (K–8)

 

Robert G. Davis
The Use of Research in Supporting Educational Practices in Reading

 

Jenni Freeman
Yes They Can! Teaching Comprehension in Lower Elementary Classrooms

 

Jill Caton Johnson and Lindsay Law
Using Graphic Novels and Graphic Poetry to Engage Student Thinking

 

Ginger Cook
The Missing Link: How Building Community Can Increase Academic Achievement

 

Susan Young
Supporting Comprehension Instruction in K–6 Classrooms

 

Kelly Stuart
Creating Writing Communities in Every Classroom (K–6)

 

Ali Locker and Beth Brewer
Assessment for Learning: Clear Targets, High Motivation