Tovah Burstein Angelo Santa Lucia. Onboarding New Staff and Volunteers: The Importance of Intentional Support and Guidance. Housekeeping Items. Session Expectations. Written Reflection on Index Cards and Worksheet .
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Onboarding New Staff and Volunteers: The Importance of Intentional Support and Guidance
Check-in question to build rapport with your student
Books leveled from A (easiest) to Z (hardest book)
Reading Level: _L_
This book belongs to
The Goal: Students become comfortable reading out loud and see reading as an opportunity and not a task!
“Reading is dumb!”
What your child may be trying to tell you
How you can respond
What does it mean to “outdo yourself”?
What did you wear on the first day of school?
So, do you think it’s going to be a problem to get the iguana off the schoolbag?
I had a dog named Emma when I was a kid and she chewed on everything! Do you have any pets?
Wait a second, who is Lady Love?
Have you ever seen an iguana?
Dear WITS Volunteers,
On Tuesday, September 24, we will be launching our 2013-14Expert Training Series for WITS volunteers featuring Dr. Mary Hynes-Berry from the Erikson Institute. In this interactive workshop, we will be looking at how the strategy “Reading an Object” can be used to lead readers to explore objects and ideas in a very interactive way. You will experience and explore strategies that can make reading and writing come to life. You will be provided with activities that can be used and adapted for children at different reading levels. The training is designed for both new and long time WITS volunteers and will equip you to have an increased impact on your students.
Hello WITS volunteers,
We are excited to announce that Dr. Judith Gouwens, Professor of Education at Roosevelt University, will share her expertise with WITS volunteers on March 7th at 11am. The focus of her presentation will be “Working With Reluctant Readers.” Dr. Gouwens is an expert educator and has a rich background in literacy and professional development. Read more about Dr. Gouwens below. Please join us if your schedule allows!
Angelo Santa Lucia