Hawker Brownlow Education

Workshop: The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading — Townsville

Author: Janelle Wills

Availability: In Stock

Code: EV20191021JWS

Price: $445.00

Description

The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading
Townsville, QLD — Monday 21 October 2019


The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading and Writing Workshops


Full Day Workshop — Monday 21 October 2019 | Townsville, Queensland


One Day Reading Workshop ONLY — Early Bird Pricing: $395
(valid until August 25 2019 — full rate $445)

*To book both Reading and Writing workshops, visit the 2 Day Workshop page


About the Workshop


Dr Robert J. Marzano's popular New Art and Science of Teaching framework provides a general model of effective teaching; in this workshop, Dr Janelle Wills outlines reading-specific instructional strategies that fit within and extend Dr Marzano's framework to encompass five overarching areas of literacy development.


The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading presents a model for the stage of reading development structured around five key topics: (1) foundational skills, (2) word recognition, (3) reading fluency, (4) vocabulary and (5) reading comprehension. Explore some of the reading-focused instructional strategies that help students become proficient readers.


Learning Outcomes



  • Discover a content-specific model of reading aligned to the general framework of The New Art and Science of Teaching

  • Learn how to provide targeted instruction supported by the latest research on reading, literacy and classroom instruction

  • Explore reading-focused instructional strategies related to feedback, content and context.


Registration


If you are booking your workshop place through this website, a representative of Hawker Brownlow Education will be in touch to confirm individual attendee details in addition to dietary requirements.


About Janelle Wills
Dr Janelle Wills


Dr Janelle Wills is the associate director of Marzano Research in Australia and New Zealand. She works extensively with educators, school networks and regions to implement research-based strategies known to impact student achievement. She firmly believes in the importance of teaching as a professional and promotes the need for teachers to engage with research through action research and reflective practice.


Dr Willls is the lead training associate for High Reliability Schools, The New Art and Science of Teaching and other Marzano Research topics in Australia and New Zealand. She has authored and co-authored numerous articles and books including the Australian version of A Handbook for High Reliability SchoolsCollaborative Teams That Transform Schools and Transformative Collaboration: Five Commitments for Leading a PLC.


Included with registration: The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading

The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading

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