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Angela Maiers helps educators realize the importance of knowing and teaching "the why" in literacy curriculum, in both fiction and non-fiction. Observing everyday readers is one key to implementing a ...

Angela Maiers helps educators realize the importance of knowing and teaching "the why" in literacy curriculum, in both fiction and non-fiction. Observing everyday readers is one key to implementing a more "real world" approach. The Future is already here -- it's NOW. Let's prepare our students for it!

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    • The Future is NOW! Teaching and Learning in the 21 st Century Presented by Angela Maiers AngelaMaiers.com
    • Today’s Agenda
      • Learning Now: What? Why?
      • HOW!- Making it Work
      • Grade Level Breakouts
      • Next Steps?
    • SHIFTS
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      • Who can…
      • Who will…
      • Who are able to …
      • Who ready for…
      • Who understand that…
      • Who use…
      • Who see themselves…
      • Who believe..
      • Who know that…
      Learners…
      • Literacy Role/Responsibilities
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      • Mini Lesson
      • Reading Application
      • Sharing
      STUDY Framework
      • Mini Lesson( 10-15 min)
      • Reading Application
      • Sharing
      ©Maiers, 2008 “ Private Practice” Conferencing “ Small Group” Guidance
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    • Instead of…
    • ©Maiers, 2008 Posters by Beth Newingham
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    • Great Readers of Fiction …
    • Great Readers of Fantasy…
    • Great Readers of NonFiction…
    • Great Readers of Historical Information
    • Great Readers Of Scientific Text
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    • Thinking about Fiction
    • “ Life” Story “ Book” Story (THEME) Fiction = Stories of Life
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    • The Orange
    • BIG IDEA (Whole text) Main Idea ( Section Level)
    • M ain Idea vs . B ig Idea
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    • immersion
    • teach
    • envision
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      • Angela Maiers, author of Classroom Habitudes (2009), is a nationally acclaimed speaker and researcher dedicated to changing the world one classroom at a time. Angela’s 20-year career in education, especially her years spent as a classroom teacher, provide a unique insight critical for helping schools, districts, teachers and of course -- students, reach goals. Angela holds close to her heart a passion for preparing today’s learners and teachers for tomorrow’s changing world.
      • To learn more, check out www.angelamaiers.com
      Angela Maiers ©