What best practices for small group instruction will foster independence in our upper-elementary readers?

All students deserve access to the richness, instructional rigor, and empowerment that are part of student-led book clubs. But too often, only our highest-performing readers get to participate in this type of small-group instruction.

Join special guest Julie Wright, author of What Are You Grouping For? and Collaborative Classroom, to discuss best practices for fostering the independence necessary to give all students access to small-group learning opportunities, through Collaborative Classroom Book Clubs curriculum for grades 3–6.

View this webinar to:

  • Consider the role of small-group instruction within a comprehensive framework for ELA instruction
  • Reflect on the challenges inherent to meaningful and impactful small-group structures with older readers
  • Explore best practices for small-group learning opportunities that promote student autonomy, voice, and choice in the Book Clubs program
  • Reflect on the classroom and instructional conditions that empower readers to have rich and meaningful discussions about books



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