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Check back soon for new LIVE Web seminar events coming later this spring! In the meantime, enrich your professional library with recordings of past NCTE Web seminar events. Explore the full library of On-Demand Web seminars, or if you are one of the many schools thinking about Common Core implementation, you won't want to miss the CCSS series that we recorded last fall!
Text Complexity and Close Reading (K-12)
Using Popular Culture & The Media to Teach 21st Century Media Literacy Skills (K-12)
Frank W. Baker
Differentiating Instruction Using the Chunk, Chew, and Check Framework – It’s How the Brain Learns Best! (6-12)
Get Connected: Technology and Common Core State Standards (K-12)
Supporting Adolescent Readers through Classroom-based Assessment. (6-12)
Representing Close Reading in Academic Writing (6-12)
Eileen Murphy & Deirdre Bolan
To Kill a Mockingbird-Teaching the Film: Helping Students Appreciate the Language of the Moving Image (6-12)
Frank W. Baker
Using Informational Texts with English Language Learners (K-5)
These Web seminars are part of a series focused on supporting school leaders in their work as coaches, administrators, or other leadership roles. They are available at no charge thanks to the generous sponsorship of The National Center for LIteracy Education and its stakeholders!
Focus on the Core: An Introduction to Instructional Rounds
New Jersey Network of Superintendents
Community Mapping (K-12)
Rosario Ordoñez-Jasis & KaiLonnie Dunsmore
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