THE ALABAMA READING INITIATIVE July 9, 2019 | Alabama State Board of Education Work Session
Integrate Alabama Literacy Act requirements and provide LEA support Restore focus on the original mission and goal to ensure all students in grades K-3 read on grade-level Re-establish singular focus on school-level literacy coaching, to build knowledge, skills, and expertise in early grade reading instruction. Re-establish original ARI training modules and teacher preservice and inservice training grounded in the science of reading. Ensure system of coaching support for K-3 teacher training (preservice teachers, novice teachers, retooling veteran teachers). Align coaching support for LETRS trained educators that will ensure transfer to practice. Reinstate support for district and school instructional leadership that supports a strong school reading and
literacy plan. Implement state plan of support for dyslexia, English language learners, and summer learning. Identify and target personnel, resources, and priority support for districts and schools with most urgent needs. ARI Literacy Focus Summer Training for ARI Literacy Specialists Support for ARI Funded Literacy Specialists
Monthly professional learning and ongoing coaching support in the science of reading and the art of coaching On-site support of school literacy specialists Phase I 2018-2019 Phase II Summer 2019 Phase III 2019-2020 Phase IV Summer 2020 Support for ARI K-3 Teachers LETRS and ARI-Trained Teachers: Strengthens implementation of reading and literacy standards Clarifies science of reading and early learning understanding
Opens up follow-up coaching ALABAMAS TRAINING IS OFFERED IN A BLENDED SOLUTION INCLUDING: LETRS 2018-2019 Cohort 1: 282 Alabama Educators Study, professional reading and connected activities Interactive online courses Classroom bridge to practice Selection of three case study students
PreK Teacher Group Elementary Teacher Group 41 PreK Teachers 118 Elementary Teachers Coach/ Administrators Group 123 coaches, administrators, central office staff, ALSDE staff, university professors LETRS FACILITATOR TRAININGS JUNE 2019 3RD EDITION/ELEMENTARY
FACILITATORS: 31 3 teachers, 13 coaches/specialists, 5 central office staff, 9 university professors, 1 ALSDE administrator EARLY CHILDHOOD FACILITATORS: 7 2 PreK teachers, 1 elementary teacher 1 DECE PreK, 2 university professors, 1 ALSDE administrator LETRS 2019-2020 COHORT 2: OVER 1,500 ALABAMA EDUCATORS Funding
Partnerships $3,000,000 identified by ALSDE from various state and federal sources, includes $1 million appropriated by Legislature for teacher professional development to train over 1,500 Alabama educators on the current wait list Alabama State Department of Education Alabama Department of Early Childhood Alabama Commission on Higher Education LETRS Kickoff Meeting
Will be held in the fall of 2019 All participants will be invited Support for ARI K-3 Teachers State and regional support for K-3 classroom teachers in Comprehensive School and Improvement (CSI) schools Support for District and School Leaders State and regional support for district and school leaders in Effective Literacy Leaders Learning Communities (E3LC Curriculum & Instruction Quarterly SUMMER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR DYSLEXIA Regional Inservice Center Supported ARI Structured Literacy Training
Elements and principles of structured literacy Examine instructional and intervention programs Experience multisensory literacy instruction Review comprehensive progress, training English Learner Literacy Instruction ALSDE ARI and English learner regional staff
Collaborate to support all teachers of English learner students in K-3 classrooms Collaborative planning and differentiated support Summer Learning Support Governor Iveys Alabama Campaign for Grade-Level Reading spurred the impetus for providing summer learning supports to stop the summer slide. The Alabama Summer Achievement Program ASAP Journey to Success plan 6 days of professional learning Teacher and student resources,18 schools, 1000 K-3 students OSI and ARI state and regional staff summer support
THE ALABAMA LITERACY ACT ACT 2019-53 The Alabama Literacy Task Force August 27, 2019 Comprehensive Core Reading and Intervention Programs State continuum of teacher development for approved science of reading Annual list of vetted and approved assessments Early Childhood Assessment Program Criteria Feedback (ETF FY20)
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