Coaching Teachers Working in Intervention Settings:
Supporting Effective Processing in Readers
On-Demand Audio Webcast with PowerPoint Presentation
Originally aired Thursday, April 29, 2010
Length of session
90 minutes including questions and answers
Lliteracy coaches, special area teachers, and school administrators
- Enrique Puig
Director, Morgridge International Reading Center, University of Central Florida
- Diane DeFord
Professor, Swearingen Chair of Literacy Education, University of South Carolina
- Kathleen Fay
Primary Literacy Collaborative Coordinator, Fairfax County, Virginia
This session includes a discussion on coaching, strategies for shifting teachers' beliefs and practices, and specific examples of how coaches work with teachers to ensure effective processing in children experiencing learning difficulties.
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