RUNNING RECORD WORKSHOPS-Huntsville / Montgomery
BBB WILL HOST RUNNING RECORDS WORKSHOPS. USING RUNNING RECORDS TO HELP INFORM INSTRUCTION (HUNTSVILLE FEBRUARY 27TH & MONTGOMERY MARCH 1ST)
or call 855-994-7588
Are you doing Running Records, but not sure if you are doing them correctly, or gleaning the most possible data from them? If so, this workshop is for you. Join us for a day of collaborative work on the topic of using running records to design whole class, small group, and individualized reading instruction. Over the course of the day, we will:
- Overview a system of coding oral reading behaviors in a standardized way
- Discuss how to determine, independent, instructional, and frustration reading levels and use these levels as a beginning point for small group reading instruction
- Discuss miscue analysis and its powerful links to instruction
- Discuss options for differentiated instruction based on reading level, reading strategies, and use of reading cueing systems
- Develop individual plans for YOU to begin or improve the work of using running record assessment to design instruction in your own instructional setting
FEBRUARY 27: HUNTSVILLE WESTIN | 8:30-3:30 (REGISTRATION STARTS AT 7:30)
MARCH 1: EMBASSY SUITES MONTGOMERY | 8:30-3:30 (REGISTRATION STARTS AT 7:30)
$150.00 WORKSHOP ONLY or $190.00 WORKSHOP WITH F&P’s NEW Literacy Compendium
Continental breakfast provided
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Tiffany Coleman is a 26 year veteran educator. During her 23 years at the elementary school level, she taught kindergarten, first grade, Reading Recovery, Title I Reading, Special Education, and was a building and district level instructional coach, providing professional learning to other literacy coaches throughout her district.
At the college level, Tiffany has taught graduate courses in reading instruction and assessment at two institutions and directed Georgia State University’s Reading Endorsement Program. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor of Literacy Education at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Ever the elementary reading teacher at heart, Tiffany teaches her college courses in Title I elementary schools, continually working with preservice and in service teachers as they strive to better use literacy assessment to drive differentiated instruction. Additionally, she consults with individual schools and school districts to increase student achievement and teacher efficacy through the implementation of exemplary literacy instruction.
Most importantly, Tiffany is a wife and a mom of a son and a daughter, both in middle school. An avid reader and teacher, she loves to connect with those who share interests in literacy. Follow her @TColemanreads on twitter.