Owner/Founder Lyndsay Rogers offers Professional Development for teachers in several areas. Lyndsay is certified as a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Provider in the state of Texas. She is also certified as a Reading Academy Cohort Leader having completed the state's requirements to lead the work of the newly required Reading Academies for K-3 (part of HB3). Lyndsay is also a certified associate for Solution Tree and travels the country providing professional learning and coaching. Please contact Lyndsay if you are interested in training tailored for you, your campus, or group.
Professional Learning Opportunities:
Training opportunities could include:
Individual teacher or grade level team coaching sessions -- in person or via Zoom
Coaching Tips and Tricks for Campus Instructional Specialists
Professional Development tailored to your team or campus needs.
Some areas of focus:
We've looked at the data....What Now?
Small Group reading interventions
Reading Instructional Strategies
Progress Monitoring and Tracking student growth
Growing and supporting readers
Guided Reading/Conferring with Readers
Running Records -- Administering and Analysis
Other offerings based on needs of campus/group
Current Virtual PD Offerings
Quick courses are designed as short refresher courses in content areas where teachers may have had training but need just a bit more to feel more comfortable with implementing or remembering the content.
Quick Courses are about 30 minutes in length.
Quick Courses are prerecorded so that you can watch them whenever you like!
Each Quick Course gives you access to some of the resources used and gives you information on where to find other resources.
Each quick course also gives you the opportunity to sign up for future, more in-depth Professional Development offerings.
Just sign up here, and I'll send you the course!
Quick Courses currently offered:
Phonological Awareness Continuum and suggested activities
Onset and Rime/ Phoneme Manipulation
Phonics Rules (A sample of content listed below. This list is not exhaustive.)