Teaching Beyond the Core is an annual series of three workshops designed to bridge core standards into explicit teaching prompts to meet the needs of students, focused on literacy instruction and learning. The 2017 series concentrates on guiding learners in K-12 through responsive literacy instruction. The topics for each workshop include:
- Instructing literacy learners in assembling effective processing systems – Understanding literacy learning, defining, and leading literacy learners across grade levels.
- Employing diverse texts to scaffold customized instruction – Redefining text for instruction, guiding learners through text instruction, reading for confluency, and developing a teaching language that supports literacy learning.
- Constructing a collaborative learning environment – Establishing a community of literacy learners, cultivating independence, promoting writing, performance and presentation of literacy learners, and utilizing a framework for transdisciplinary literacy learning.
Learn with Dr. Enrique A. Puig
Dr. Enrique A. Puig is known internationally for his expertise in literacy coaching (K-12). With over 35 years of teaching and coaching experience, Enrique has led schools in transforming teacher and student learning. He is the co-author of several books including The Literacy Coach: Guiding in the Right Direction; and he serves as the director of the Morgridge International Reading Center and is past president of the Florida Literacy Coaches Association.
During this institute, you will:
- Understand literacy learning as a complex.
- Define what it means to guide learners over time.
- Plan for effective and efficient small group instruction.
- Use dynamic assessment to guide instruction.
- Follow and lead literacy learners across grade levels.
- Redefine text for instruction.
- Guide literacy learners through text introductions.
- Teach for confluency across grade levels.
- Build a text inventory for efficient literacy instruction.
- Develop a teaching language that supports literacy learning over time.
- Establish a community of literacy learners across grade levels.
- Cultivate independence in a learning environment.
- Promote writing as a tool for critical thinking.
- Nurture performance and presentation of literacy learners.
- Utilize a framework for transdisciplinary literacy learning.
$175 per participant per workshop. Send 4 people from the same district for the price of 3. One registration fee of $525 will be needed, along with four attendee names.
Space is limited. Payments are acceptable via check, credit card, and/or purchase order. Registrations, though nonrefundable, are transferable.
- Professional learning materials
- UCF parking
- Certificate of participation
- Instructing Literacy Learners in Assembling Effective Processing Systems, K-12 – January 26, 2017
- Employing Diverse Texts to Scaffold Customized Instruction, K-12 – February 28, 2017
- Constructing a Collaborative Learning Environment, K-12 – March 30, 2017
Travel and Lodging:
- All travel and lodging expenses are the responsibility of the attendees and/or their sponsoring Local Education Agency. We encourage carpooling.
- Registration fee for the Teaching Beyond the Core, 2017 Series does not include travel and hotel accommodations. The following UCF area hotels are located close to campus. Reservations should be made directly with the hotel. All rates may change and are subject to availability. Some rates include parking and other services. Participants are asked to inquire about these services when making reservations. Click here for a list of UCF area hotels that are located close to campus.
- Do not make non-refundable travel arrangements until you have received a confirmation email from MIRC.
Phone: 407-882-6472 (407-882-MIRC)