Posted November 1, 2016
In the Reading Expert column of this issue, you will find the first of a two-part series on reading interventions, where we discuss some new developments in the intervention research and how this can be applied to your schools. In this issue, we address some advances in interventions for reading comprehension.
In the Marvelous Mathematician column, we tackle addressing language barriers for English learners in mathematics.
The Leadership Corner provides four great resources for improving reading instruction.
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Posted September 30, 2016
Take the 7-session course on your own time at your pace over 7 weeks. CORE Senior Instructors facilitate the course, which combines interactive video models, collaborative discussions, readings, live webinars, screencasts, and the opportunity to earn graduate college credit. Collaborate in an intellectual community as you reflect on a range of new ideas and consider the implications of these new ideas for your practice as educators.
Cost: $600 per participant including course fees and materials. Class section minimum of 12, not to exceed 25. For group discounts, contact Mark Simmons at email@example.com.
College Credit Option: Participants may receive 3 Graduate Credits for an additional cost of $575. Requirements include successful completion of the course and completion of additional assignments for a total of 135 hours.
Posted June 3, 2016
(Oakland, CA) – CORE is pleased to announce its 2016-2017 National Advisory Board composed of eight influential leaders in research-based strategies on literacy, mathematics, and professional learning. This year, CORE adds Dr. Louisa Moats and Dr. Rick Miller to the National Advisory Board.
The two new members of the National Advisory Board bring a wealth of knowledge. Dr. Moats was a contributing writer of the Common Core State Standards, Foundational Reading Skills for grades K-5 and is a well-respected author on reading, spelling, language, and teacher preparation. Dr. Rick Miller has been a teacher and principal at the elementary and secondary levels, instructed at the university level, and served as superintendent in six districts across two states during his forty-year career in education.
Posted April 18, 2016
Congratulations to CORE’s partner school district Lake Washington School District in Redmond, Washington, for receiving state recognition for 25 out of 258 schools statewide!
Click here to read the district’s community announcement.
Posted April 6, 2016
We are excited to announce that CORE has partnered with Center for the Collaborative Classroom to deliver professional development in California for the 2016-2017 school year. This partnership builds on Collaborative Classroom’s literacy programs and CORE’s long-term commitment to implementation support services that help customers build their own capacity for effective instruction by laying a foundation of research-based knowledge, supporting the use of proven tools, and developing leadership. CORE will provide California schools with training and support for SIPPS, Being a Writer, Making Meaning, and Being a Reader.