Presentation on theme: "Presented by Deanna Texel, District Coordinator of Reading First for Pinellas County Schools and Shirley Bair and Bette Groves, Literacy Staff Developers."— Presentation transcript:
Presented by Deanna Texel, District Coordinator of Reading First for Pinellas County Schools and Shirley Bair and Bette Groves, Literacy Staff Developers June, 2008
District Reading First Support for Reading First Coaches Building capacity over the 5 years of the grant. Focusing on sustainability through “Clusters for Coaches.”
2002-2003 –38 Reading First Schools with one District Staff Developer for support 2003-2004 –same 2004-2005 –54 Reading First Schools with two District Staff Developers for support 2005-2006 –same 2006-2007 –same
Briefly… collegial coaching each other for sustainability More information later on
August, 2007 – Vision September, 2007 – Sign Up October, 2007 – History Made
Building capacity over the 5 years of our Reading First grant.
Looks like: Grade-level Walkthroughs, Observations of Word Work lessons and modeling of Read Aloud with Accountable Talk, while taking notes on graphic organizers. Plus FREE BOOKS for our Book Study of engaging picture books to plan for future quality coaching moments back at the ranch!
To build on our strengths so that our weaknesses would disappear, we gradually released who was doing the hard work individually. To build more collaboration and working smarter, we offered other models through site-based observations and conversations.
Sounds like: Sharing Collegial Conversations filled with lots of COMPLIMENTS and Questions, Connections and Comments, while Agreeing and Disagreeing during Pre- Conferences, Debriefs, Viewing Videotapes and Analyzing Literature Books. Smells and Tastes like: SNACKS!