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RDLA1201

Using Shared Reading to Teach and Engage All Readers

Course Description:

Shared Reading is a like a gift—a big, wide, colorful umbrella which can hold under it so many opportunities for reading instruction. This self-paced course will help you transform your classroom reading community, while allowing individual learners to make steady growth in many aspects of their own reading development. You'll learn the nuts and bolts of this powerful teaching strategy, all while using our template and your own carefully selected text to develop a unique, week-long Shared Reading plan for your classroom. Throughout the course, you’ll observe other teachers in action, share ideas in a discussion forum, and get feedback from your peers. Everyone in the course will add his or her work to a resource bank which all participants will have access to for one year. This course promises to power up your instructional strategies while building joy and excitement in your young readers!

By completing this learning experience, teachers will receive a certificate of completion worth 2.5 professional credit hours.

Note: This is a self-paced course accessible for one year after enrollment, and not eligible for graduate credit.

Subject Area:
Reading/Language Arts, Instructional Strategies
Grade Level:
Kindergarten-3rd
Hours:
2.5

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“It is not enough to be an active member of a school team; all of our children deserve the benefit of ideas from colleagues throughout the state and nation.”

Dr. Gaylynn Parker
Information Systems Department
Pascagoula School District

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