Reading Recovery Certification/Training Class 2013-2014
Reading Recovery training classes are designed for certificated teachers who are interested in obtaining Reading Recovery certification.
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The Learning Lab
The Learning Lab is a welcoming environment for general education students as well as for students with IEPs. The Learning Lab team provides support in different academic areas, either in small groups, 1-to-1, push-in or pull-out, for any student who demonstrates a need in a particular subject area.
Interventions include Read Naturally, Reading Recovery, Barton, TouchMath, Leveled Literacy Intervention, Wildcats, Explode the Code, and Words Their Way, just to name a few. In addition to numerous hands-on and other interactive interventions, the Learning Lab incorporates the use of technology such as iPads to engage learners while supporting their strengths and making curriculum accessible in challenge areas.
Using the Response to Intervention model, students who present with a need for support in core subject areas are provided with extra support in order to make necessary academic gains. To ensure an effective intervention model, a portion of our Response to Intervention data and progress monitoring is managed by the Learning Lab team through Aims Web Assessment and Data Management.
Small Group Instruction
Research has shown that small-group instruction can be highly effective in helping students master essential skills.
|The Wildcats Series supports students in the areas of reading, fluency, high frequency words, vocabulary, comprehension, spelling, and writing strategies while using high-interest, non-fiction texts.
Reading Recovery Council of North America:
Barton Reading and Spelling System
Explode the Code
Leveled Literacy Intervention
Common Core Standards:
Disability Fact Sheets:
Contra Costa County Public Library:
Response to Intervention and Instruction:
Anything that can be understood can be taught in more than one way. - Howard Gardner