On the schedule for today:
Lucy Calkins @ Riverside Church
A Call to Action
Rev Up Your Teaching Muscles to Make Your Whole Group Instruction as Potent as Possible (Mini-lessons, Shared Reading, Read Aloud) (K-2)
Beyond Guided Reading: Expanding Your Repertoire of Small Group Work in Nonfiction (3-8)
So many great sessions to choose from with staff developers:
Keynotes for the remainder of the week:
Matt De la Pena, Donalyn Miller, Freddy Hiebert, and Natalie Louis!
It’s Monday, June 27th!
So blessed to be learning for a second week at #tcrwp.
However, it’s 2:00 in the morning!
I can still sleep for hours and hours!
Way toooooo early!
Post a blog!
Back to sleep!
Dreaming of life and learning in NYC!
What will you be learning today?
Will you be following the Booth Bay tweets? #bblit16
Or #ISTE16? Or #NOTatISTE16?
What’s on your learning plan?
Just wanted to thank you for this marvellous resource. Could not quite get from Australia to this conference but you have made it possible for me to try to keep in touch with the big ideas and your suggestions and links have led me down so many pathways. Much of it confirms and grows on what I currently do and much is new . WOW how lucky are you to be there. Keep posting and I’ll keep reading.
You are welcome! There is always so much more to learn! ❤
Thanks again for posting your notes. I have been to sessions with Kathy Collins, Natalie Lewis, Shana Frazin, and Amanda Hartman. The energy alone is priceless. I will, again, be checking all your posts this week! I’m so excited you get to do this.
I learned so much from Shana last summer, but every year seems to bring a different set of knowledge and/or skills to work on.
Or maybe I’m just a slow learner. But you are so right! The energy, beginning with Lucy, is priceless!
Can’t wait to hear what you learned from your advanced sessions today. The titles sound intriguing!
OMG . . . learning so VERY much!
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