If you are seeking new ways to get your students reading and working with challenging, content area texts, Reading Apprenticeship is for you. In 2022 we will be offering both online and in-person events! Read more or register for any of the events via the links below. Not sure where to start? Check out our get started page or contact us.
Open to middle school, high school, and college educators of all subject areas:
- Essentials I In-Person (Jun 28–30 or Aug 2–4) will introduce you to the framework and core routines you can use to develop students’ literacy and social-emotional learning skills.
- Essentials I Online (Jan 11–13, Jun 27–29, or Aug 3–5) kicks off with three consecutive days of 2-hour synchronous sessions, and then continues with 1.5-hour monthly meetings throughout the school year.
- Essentials II Online (Jun 27–29) will sharpen your content-area teaching and give you new ways to help your students become more aware of, and articulate about, their own strengths and challenges as they read and make sense of complex text.
- Note that all online Essentials courses are highly interactive and combine synchronous and asynchronous work. Participants experience the kinds of text-based, collaborative teaching and learning they will enact with their students.
Asynchronous courses designed with college educators in mind:
- Reading Apprenticeship 101 (Jan 17–Mar 6, Mar 14–May 1, Jun 13–Jul 31, or Sep 12–Oct 30) is designed to provide an introduction to the Reading Apprenticeship framework with practical classroom assignments to “make it real.” Guidance and feedback will be provided to you by colleagues in the course and by a facilitator with extensive Reading Apprenticeship and coaching expertise.
- Reading Apprenticeship in College Writing (Jan 17–Mar 13 or Jun 13–Aug 7) will deepen your understanding of the Reading Apprenticeship framework, particularly the role of metacognitive conversation in the successful implementation of redesigned college writing courses.
Registration open now! Visit the links above or our services page to learn more. To learn about services at your site or course buyouts, contact our Partnership Development Director, Stephanie Patterson, at (310) 367-3892.
A note on federal funding:
As part of the federal relief laws passed by Congress in 2020 and 2021, financial support is available to districts and schools through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funds. These funds offer schools and districts the flexibility to address their critical areas of need as they support their students, educators, and communities around various accelerated learning efforts. One area in which your leadership team can use these funds is to address unfinished learning through evidence-based professional learning frameworks, such as Reading Apprenticeship. If you are interested in leveraging this one-time funding to introduce teachers to the Reading Apprenticeship approach, please contact us.