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Ensuring High Levels of Literacy through the Work of T.E.A.M.S. (edWebinar)

By: Jacqueline Heller, Paula Maeker

Presented by Paula Maeker, Educator, Author, and Advocate for Learner-Centered Education; and Jacqueline Heller, Educator, Coach, Author, and Advocate for High-Level Learning for All Students

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Time: 4:00 p.m. ET

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Ensuring High Levels of Literacy through the Work of T.E.A.M.S. (edWebinar)

Presented by Paula Maeker, Educator, Author, and Advocate for Learner-Centered Education; and Jacqueline Heller, Educator, Coach, Author, and Advocate for High-Level Learning for All Students

Explore how teacher teams can ensure equitable literacy learning so that every student masters essential reading standards. Jacquie Heller and Paula Maeker, authors of Literacy in a PLC at Work: Guiding Teams to Get Going and Get Better in Grades K–6 Reading, help literacy educators navigate the teaching, learning, assessment, and feedback cycle of reading through the lens of Professional Learning Communities at Work®.

View this edWebinar to learn how to:

  • Analyze and improve current literacy practices, curricula, and instructional focus within the context of a PLC at Work
  • Create the systems and processes that ensure all students learn at high levels
  • Build effective collaborative structures that focus on the right work in the right way through the T.E.A.M.S. framework

This recorded edWebinar is of interest to K–6 teachers, reading specialists, campus administrators, and district leadership.


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Product Code: EMP194

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