Dates: June 3, 4, 5, 17, 18 & 19 2016
Times: Fridays 6:00-10:00pm; Saturdays 8:30am-4:30pm; Sundays 8:30am-3:30pm
This course focuses on identifying and developing appropriate instructional strategies in the teaching of literacy components across the curriculum. We will explore the principles of inclusion, the application of instructional strategies, and curricular adaptations that are most effective in both general and special education settings. This course provides a bridge between the principles of inclusion and educational implementation by exploring and applying instructional strategies and curricular adaptations that are most effective in content area classrooms within the general education setting. The difference between content area reading and disciplinary literacy will be explored. RtI and differentiated instructions strategies will be presented.
$1400/per 4 graduate credit course.
Payment is made to The Reading Institute.
4 Graduate Credits
67.5 Professional Development Points
To be purchased on your own.
Register Early - Limited Enrollment
The Reading Institute
430 Main Street
Williamstown, MA 01267
May 1, 2016
Cancel 10 days prior to training and receive a refund minus a $50 service charge. No refund for cancellations made within 10 days of the training.
Substitutions may be made. Please notify The Reading Institute, Inc. with the name of the alternate participant in advance.
Confirmation and directions will be mailed to each participant. You are not registered unless you receive a confirmation letter.
Reservations need to be made directly with the hotels. A lodging list will be sent with your confirmation. Specify you are with The Reading Institute when making reservations. Be sure to make lodging reservations early for best selection.
Jill Pompi, Ed.S, is currently a Director of Curriculum for a school district in Massachusetts, an adjunct instructor for Simmons College, and a National Consultant for Language Circle/Project Read. A former Title I Director, Literacy Coach and elementary school teacher for Grades 1-5, Jill has 27 years experience in teaching literacy to children. Jill co wrote an article that was published in the Journal of Research in Education and has given presentations about Action Research in the Classroom, School Climate, RtI, Literacy Coaching, Differentiated Instruction and the Five Components of Reading Instruction. Jill has completed the Orton Gillingham Associate Level training, is Wilson Level 1 Certified, is a trainer for Keys to Literacy and is a National Trainer for Language Circle Project Read and trains in all strands of the program across the United States. Jill earned her Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and Reading Specialist Certification at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and her Education Specialist Degree at Simmons College. She was recognized as 2015 Berkshire County Educator of the Year. Currently, Jill is enrolled in a Licensure Program for Building and District Level Administration and will complete the program in July 2016.