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Register this week for the Innovative Ideas in Literacy Conference: to learn a variety of strategies to engage students in reading, writing, and speaking. Breakfast, book sale and author signings, …

Register this week for the Innovative Ideas in Literacy Conference: to learn a variety of strategies to engage students in reading, writing, and speaking. Breakfast, book sale and author signings, lots of laughs, and ideas to take straight back to the classroom on Monday morning.

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  • 1. February 8, 2014 Armstrong Student Union 8:30am-1:00pm “RIGHT BRAIN & LEFT BRAIN MEET THE COMMON CORE” ENGAGING RELUCTANT LEARNERS & ELEVATING PROFICIENT LEARNERS THROUGH POETRY AND TECHNOLOGY featuring BROD BAGERT, Award-Winning Author and Poet for Teachers Mr. Bagert will present a 1-hour Keynote Presentation and offer workshops during Breakout Sessions A and B Brod Bagert is the award-winning author of 17 books of poetry for children, young-adults, and adults. His work has received numerous awards, including International Reading Association’s prestigious Young Adults Choices award. In collaboration with hundreds of classroom teachers, Brod writes poetry across the grade K-8 curriculum—poems that are rock-solid on Common Core State Standards and richly entertaining for students. Mr. Bagert has helped change children’s poetry, focusing on performance as well as the poem itself. Throw in a touch of humor, and the result is a new type of poetic experience for all, proving that meeting CCSS can be fun. and SARA KAJDER, Author, Teacher, and Digital Literacy Expert Ms. Kajder will present workshops during Breakout Sessions A and B for teachers of all grade levels. Sara Kajder is a middle-grades English teacher, author, and consultant. A former professor and high school English teacher, she received the first National Technology Fellowship in English/Language Arts. A nationally-known speaker, she is also the author of the 2012 Britton Award winning Adolescents' Digital Literacies: Learning Alongside Our Students as well as Bringing the Outside In and The Tech-Savvy English Classroom. Sara will share the new technologies that will engage and motivate our 21st century learners and share new digital tools for teaching all writers in Digital Writer's Workshop. Conference Schedule: 8:15 - 8:40 Check-in; Ticket Pick-Up for Breakout Sessions A & B; Breakfast Refreshments; Book Sale 8:45 - 9:00 Welcome and Speaker Introduction 9:00-10:00 Keynote Speaker Brod Bagert: “Real Poetry, Real Fun, and the Common Core Curriculum” 10:00-10:40 Book Sale, Author Book Signings, and Coffee 10:45-11:45 Breakout Session A* – need to pre-register on registration form on back 11:55-12:55 Breakout Session B* – need to pre-register on registration form on back 12:55 - 1:00 Certificate (3 hours PD) distribution Brod and Sara will offer a Breakout workshop during Breakout Sessions A & B. Additional Breakout workshops available: • Reader Response Strategies to Meet CCSS in Reading & Writing in all Content Areas • Writing in Math Class • Picture-Fusion Writing for Students in Early Education Inclusion Classes • Socratic Circles and Discussion Strategies • The ABC’s of Research: Accuracy, Bias, and Currency JOIN US for Fun, Laughter, and New Ideas with Brod, Sara, and CSWP Presenters [registration form on back]
  • 2. CSWP 2-08-14 INNOVATIVE IDEAS IN LITERACY CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM [Please print all information clearly] Name: _________________________________________ Personal Telephone: (_____)____________________ E-mail: ____________________________________ District: ________________________________ School __________________________________Grade Level(s): _____ Content Area(s): __________________ Registration Fees: $30/participate; $150 for 6 registrations from the same school $25 CSWP Summer Institute Fellows $10 for current AASU undergraduates $15 for current graduate students and Dec 2013 graduates _______check included or _______ school PO attached Note: Registration will not be processed until payment or PO is received. Breakout Session seating is limited. * * * * * * Keynote Speaker Brod Bagert “Real Poetry, Real Fun, and the Common Core Curriculum” and… Pre-register for Breakout Session tickets. Registration and payment must be received no later than Jan 31 to preregister for Breakout Sessions. To attend a session, you must pick up your tickets at Sign-In between 8:15-8:40. Breakout Session A Registration (List choices #1 and 2): _____ Brod Bagert: “Baseball, Elvis, and Rock-n-Roll—Poetry Friday Over-the-Top!” [all grades] _____ Sara Kajder: “Digital Writer's Workshop” [all grades] _____ Julie Warner, CSWP Tech Director: “The ABC’s of Research: Accuracy, Bias, and Credibility” [6-12] _____ Donna Loyd, CSWP Associate Director: Socratic Circles and Discussion Strategies [Grades 3-12] Breakout Session B Registration (List choices #1 and #2): _____ Brod Bagert: “Baseball, Elvis, and Rock-n-Roll—Poetry Friday Over-the-Top!” (repeat of A) [all grades] _____ Sara Kajder: “Digital Writer's Workshop” (repeat of A session) [all grades] _____ Lesley Roessing, CSWP Director: “Reader Response Strategies to Meet CCSS in Reading & Writing” [all] _____ Nancy Baylor, CSWP 2010 Fellow: “Writing in Math Class” [Grades 1-6] * * * * * * Mail registration and check or fax registration and P.O., payable to CSWP--AASU, to be received by January 30, 2014, to: Lesley Roessing, Coastal Savannah Writing Project College of Education; University Hall 250 Armstrong Atlantic State University; 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah Georgia 31419 Direct any questions to: writing.project@armstrong.edu Fax: 912-344-3436 Additional and updated information available on Facebook: www.facebook.com/coastalsavwp

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