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07-27-2021
07-29-2021
8:30 am
3:30 pm
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Rebounding Learning Visibly: Design Classroom Experiences that Accelerate Student Learning
OSSE, in partnership with Corwin, invites literacy teachers serving grades K-12, general and special education, instructional coaches, reading specialists, interventionists and instructional leaders to register for a professional learning series, Rebound: Making Literacy Visible. Educators are in need of strategies, tools and resources to rebound and accelerate learning as we return back to in-person learning this fall. In this session, you will build on your toolbox with resources and tools to ensure students gain a full year’s worth of growth. We think it’s time we focused on what works, what doesn’t work, and what can’t hurt. This work makes clear that students must develop surface-level knowledge if they are ever going to go deep. And we know that deep learning can facilitate transfer, which has been a goal shared by educators for as long as there have been teachers. During this learning series, participants will:
•    Learn how to apply the principles of Visible Learning research to the literacy 
classroom,
•    Understand the three phases of learning—surface, deep and transfer—and 
the unique importance of each,
•    Learn which literacy practices have the will accelerate students learning and 
growth,
•    Learn how to maximize and strategize teaching time, and 
•    Plan for application using the right approach at the right time, in order to 
intentionally design classroom experiences to rebound and accelerate student 
learning.

By applying the practices of Visible Learning research to learning, participants can plan for rebounding by tapping into prior knowledge and accelerating learning to support students in capacity building for the three phases of learning. Not only will each participant receive a copy of Visible Learning for Literacy (e-book copies only), they will also receive 16 professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in this professional learning opportunity. K-12 general and special education teachers, instructional coaches, reading specialists, reading interventionists, and instructional leaders are encouraged to register.
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Ashleigh Tillman Ashleigh.Tillman@dc.gov
Tanaga Rodgers
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  518 OSSE, in partnership with Corwin, invites literacy teachers serving grades K-12, general and special education, instructional coaches, reading specialists, interventionists and instructional leaders to register for a professional learning series, Rebound: Making Literacy Visible. Educators are in need of strategies, tools and resources to rebound and accelerate learning as we return back to in-person learning this fall. In this session, you will build on your toolbox with resources and tools to ensure students gain a full year’s worth of growth. We think it’s time we focused on what works, what doesn’t work, and what can’t hurt. This work makes clear that students must develop surface-level knowledge if they are ever going to go deep. And we know that deep learning can facilitate transfer, which has been a goal shared by educators for as long as there have been teachers. During this learning series, participants will:
•    Learn how to apply the principles of Visible Learning research to the literacy 
classroom,
•    Understand the three phases of learning—surface, deep and transfer—and 
the unique importance of each,
•    Learn which literacy practices have the will accelerate students learning and 
growth,
•    Learn how to maximize and strategize teaching time, and 
•    Plan for application using the right approach at the right time, in order to 
intentionally design classroom experiences to rebound and accelerate student 
learning.

By applying the practices of Visible Learning research to learning, participants can plan for rebounding by tapping into prior knowledge and accelerating learning to support students in capacity building for the three phases of learning. Not only will each participant receive a copy of Visible Learning for Literacy (e-book copies only), they will also receive 16 professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in this professional learning opportunity. K-12 general and special education teachers, instructional coaches, reading specialists, reading interventionists, and instructional leaders are encouraged to register.
Created on April 28, 2021 at 11:02 AM (EDT). Last updated by Tillman, Ashleigh on July 13, 2021 at  9:59 AM (EDT). Owned by Tillman, Ashleigh.
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