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--Advanced Course: Essential Practice #6 - How to Utilize Your District Writing Curriculum to Engage
This professional learning opportunity invites participants to align their district curriculum with best practices in writing instruction. Teachers will learn strategies around the writing process as well as using models of writing to support instruction of writing for a variety of purposes and audiences. This professional learning opportunity will also provide teachers with strategies for instruction in letter formation, spelling strategies, capitalization, punctuation, sentence, construction and keyboarding.
Target Audience
K-5 teachers, Special Education teachers, Coaches, and Interventionists
Learner Outcomes

1. Participants will identify best practices from the IES practice guide.

2. Participants will identify research-informed writing strategies and align with district writing curriculum.

3. Participants will connect writing practices to Essential Literacy Practice #6.

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01/28/2021 8:30 AM-11:30 AM1Kalamazoo RESA Service Center (1819 E. Milham Ave) Essential Practice #6 9999

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