Reading for Meaning Grades 6-12
April 26 @ 8:00 am - 1:30 pm
Presenter: Terri Griffin
Time: Registration – 8:00 to 8:30 | Workshop – 8:30 to 1:30
Cost: $149 (Registration fee includes a continental breakfast)
Reading for meaning and thinking critically are essential skills for students to be successful when reading and in life! Participants in this workshop will learn strategies for teaching comprehension in literature and in content area readings. Some of the strategies from Beers and Probst, authors of Reading Nonfiction, will be utilized, modeled and practiced.
Terri Griffin is a reading specialist who spent 35 years teaching at all grade levels. She is an energetic presenter who now provides professional development in all areas of literacy. Terri is also a professor at Rowan University, working in the Education Department with undergraduate and graduate students. She has a passion for helping other teachers to grow in their profession in order to incorporate best practices in their classrooms.