Annenberg Learner: Engaging With Literature: Workshop for Teachers, Grades 3 - 5 - Tech Learning

Annenberg Learner: Engaging With Literature: Workshop for Teachers, Grades 3 - 5

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This nine-part workshop is designed so that it can be used for professional development by individuals, groups of teachers, or as a course for graduate credit. It features videos of eight elementary teachers practicing and discussing their methods and philosophies of teaching literature so that students become excited and engaged with it. Each section of the workshop includes key points, objectives, classroom connections, teacher reflections, and reading suggestions.

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