Thinking about formative assessment, RTI, comprehension and your summer holiday?!

This summer Wireless Generation will be hosting its annual Summer Institute in Chicago. If you are interested in learning more about formative assessment, RTI, improving comprehension outcomes and just about everything early literacy and math, this is a great event to attend. Click here to see the brochure.

The keynote speakers for the event are:

  • Dr. Catherine Snow, Henry Lee Shattuck Professor of Education, Harvard University: Ready! Set! Achieve! Understanding How To Improve Reading Comprehension Outcomes
  • Margaret Heritage, Assistant Director for Professional Development, National Center for Research Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST) at UCLA: Making High-Quality, District-Wide School Improvement Decisions
  • Dr. Herbert Ginsburg, Professor, Columbia University Teacher’s College: I Didn’t Know They Knew That! Using Formative Assessment to Promote Children’s Early Math Development
  • Dr. Roland H. Good III, Associate Professor of Psychology, College of Education, University of Oregon; DIBELS® Author: Using Formative Assessment Data to Individualize Instruction: How to Meet Every Student’s Needs

There will even be a session on FreeReading and Literacy is Priceless! What could be better than a nice summer Chicago breeze, a slice of deep dish pizza and stimulating discussions about early literacy and math in July?!

Hope to see you there!


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