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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
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    • 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. Manageto handle or directto make compliantto alter for a purpose.
    • 3. Engage
    • 4. Principle #1Once they get it, you’ve got ‘em
    • 5. Principle # 2Leave the carrots and sticks,candy and suspensions out of the classroom.
    • 6. Jen McCarty, Ed.D. ISD 196
    • 7. Jen McCarty, Ed.D. ISD 196
    • 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. 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. Principle #3Go ahead. Hand over the controls!