In timely series of exclusive webcast presentations, library, literacy, and education experts offer actionable examples and insights on effective implementation of the Common Core State Standards. Attendees will emerge better prepared to meet the challenges presented by the Common Core and to make the most of its opportunities.
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Genre in the Common Core State Standards: In this presentation, Nell K. Duke, co-author of Reading and Writing Genre with Purpose in K to 8 Classrooms, explains how the CCSS address genre in the reading and writing standards.
Text Sets: Blueprints for Curriculum State Standards: In this webcast, Mary Ann Cappiello and Erika Dawes, associate professors at the School of Education, Lesley University and co-authors of Teaching with Text Sets, take educators on a nuanced tour of the role of multimodal, multigenre text sets in the classroom.
On the Road with CCSS: Issues and Solutions to Real World Implementation: Rutgers University lecturer Marc Aronson, and Sue Bartle, the school library system director at New York’s Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES report on their travels across the country presenting workshops with a focus on the successes educators have made.
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