An Invitation to Change the Verb

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  • Responding to and anticipating driving forces: CCS, Literacy All Day, MMR, RWB3rd Grade,
  • Opportunity vs. assurance
  • Literacy is Learning
  • Growth mindset
  • Status of the Class Observation Chart example here
  • Productive Struggle
  • Collaboration (PLCs) and Students
  • Inquiry/investigation
  • Engagement not compliance
  • An Invitation to Change the Verb

    1. 1. An Invitation to Change the Verb Jen McCarty Plucker, Ed.D. ISD 196 K-12 Intervention Specialist Minnesota Reading Association President PPT will be available at: http://jmplucker.blogspot.com
    2. 2. Manageto handle or directto make compliantto alter for a purpose.
    3. 3. Engage
    4. 4. Principle #1Once they get it, you’ve got ‘em
    5. 5. Principle # 2Leave the carrots and sticks,candy and suspensions out of the classroom.
    6. 6. Jen McCarty, Ed.D. ISD 196
    7. 7. Jen McCarty, Ed.D. ISD 196
    8. 8. Self Assessment Today Says “3” because she reads but doesAndrea 3 always remember what she read Aaron 2   2 sleepy Jen McCarty, Ed.D. ISD 196
    9. 9. Broken p. Broken p. First Part First PartAndrea Broken p. 3 15 3 23 3 Last p. 5 5 Last p. 64 5 7 Black andAaron White p. 2 2 B&W p. 52 2 B&W p. 4 B&W p. 175 5 Finished 3 110 B&W!  Browsing for new book Jen McCarty, Ed.D. ISD 196
    10. 10. Principle #3Go ahead. Hand over the controls!

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