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Making Time for Individualized Daily Reading (IDR) Webinar

Developmental Studies Center

Wednesday, December 7, 2011 from 1:30 PM to 2:00 PM (PST)

Making Time for Individualized Daily Reading (IDR)...

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4:30 Eastern/1:30 Pacific Time

Description

Of all the data we collect on students as readers, the information gathered through conferring is perhaps the most critical. But how do we justify giving up instructional time for independent reading time? Where does it fit into an already overcrowded day? And what's the best way to structure this crucial time with students and keep track of what we learn about them as readers? 

Join Making Meaning teacher and staff developer Stacey Abeyta to learn not only why IDR is an essential component of any reading program, but how to make and manage time for IDR and individual reading conferences every single day. Bring your questions as well as your suggestions to this lively, interactive exchange of ideas.

About the Presenter

Stacey Abeyta is a primary teacher and has used DSC's programs and pedagogy for seven years. She also works as a staff developer and has taught teachers all over the United States.

"When I really want to know how a reader is doing, I look to conferring. Talking with my students about their reading lives is where I get to know them well. I also glean information about how well they are incorporating the comprehension strategies we have worked on in class into their own reading experiences through Individualized Daily Reading (IDR) time." — Stacey Abeyta

 

How to Join the Webinar

STEP 1: Join us online.
To join the online meeting and view the presentation, please click on the link below 5 minutes before the meeting starts.
 
 
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STEP 2: Connect to the audio portion.
To connect to the audio portion of the meeting dial in to the conference call mentioned below. If you choose to use your computer speakers to hear the audio portion of this event, your ability to ask questions and make comments will be limited to the chat window. To ask questions and make comments verbally, connect to the teleconference using any phone by dialing the number below and following the subsequent voice prompts.
 
1-866-252-0050
 
When prompted, enter this Participant Pin Code: 7284507#
 
Once connected, you’ll be able to hear what’s being said in the teleconference, but you may want to mute your phone by pressing *1, especially if you are on a cell phone or have background noises like a dog barking. When prompted by the DSC facilitator to ask your question, Press *1 on your phone to unmute it. After you have finished asking your question, press *1 to mute your phone.  If you are having any problems with your phone conference portion, you can press *0 to speak to an operator.
 
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Looking forward to meeting you online!
Have questions about Making Time for Individualized Daily Reading (IDR) Webinar? Contact Developmental Studies Center

When

Wednesday, December 7, 2011 from 1:30 PM to 2:00 PM (PST)


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Organizer

Developmental Studies Center

DSC is a nonprofit educational publisher dedicated to children’s intellectual, ethical, and social development. Since 1980, DSC has conducted research and developed school-based and after-school programs that help children develop capacities to think deeply and critically so they will continue learning throughout their lives and deepen their commitment to the values of kindness, helpfulness, personal responsibility, and respect for others.

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