#ILA18: Sunday

Day 2



Joy

Friends

Breakfast

Sessions

Meeting face to face

Talking

Laughing

Learning

Dinner

Chatting

Chatting

Chatting

So blessed to have this time . . .

So important to make the time . . .

So important to say, “Thanks, Friends!  ILA was  so much fun together!”



Curious:  Mostly about the Pairs



Kari and Christina

“We believe every child deserves a teacher committed to conferring.  That work is within the reach of every teacher.”

Be there. Perfect place to be.  Next month, next year – grow your practice.  –  Kari Yates and Christina Nosek

To find out more, link to their blog here.

Or Facebook here.

On twitter:

@Kari_Yates

@ChristinaNosek

“Intentional language choices that include systematic thinking about how to support a reader. 

Figuring it out.

Celebrating.

Nudging.

Reminding.” – Kari Yates and Christina Nosek

Their book . . .

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Ellin and Debbie

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Two weeks until Debbie Miller’s new book is released.

Reviewing our use of time in workshop. . . This is the “Lift Off”.

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Ellin . . . brought her new book to life!

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Engagement . . . not compliance, not time on task, participation, nor motivation.

Read more here.



Rose and Lynne

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In a one hour session, demonstration, practice writing off a mentor text, revising, AND a video from a classroom.  Well done, Rose and Lynne.  So many great ideas!



Research

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This book . . .



And those that were missed . . .

Just a few quotes borrowed from Twitter . . . from all the cool kids tweeting . . .

“Kylene Beers & Bob Probst say to revise reading TODAY so that more kids engage with reading, we need to do four things in our classrooms: fewer strategies, more volume, more talk, more rereading. #ILA18 ”  – Penny Kittle

“Had a wonderful #ILA2018 because of the teachers who stopped me in the halls to chat, meeting colleagues who care about children, making new friends! Relationships matter!” – Laura Robb

“When a kid has the sniffles, we give them OJ & a healthy breakfast. We don’t rush to the ER. When they fall below benchmark in rdg, we send them out for an ER type intervention. How bout handing them a book? ⁦@AnnieTWard#ILA18 #fromstrivingtothriving #scholasticteach”  – Stephanie Harvey

@ProfessorNana Thanks for reminding us to feed kid books. Thinking a lot about edge time, priority time, and class time. #ILA2018” – Tenille Shade



Sunday, Fun Day!

How did you spend your Sunday?

 

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One response

  1. […] moves from mini-lesson to work time with individual conferring and ends with a share.  The “Lift Off” was shown in this previous #ILA18 post before her book was available as an example of a […]

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