Reading Specialists Council of Suffolk - RSCS

The RSCS is a professional council open to present and future educators from K - 12 to college level who are interested in improving literacy instruction.

Chartered and commended for 50 years of service by the International Reading Association and a member of the New York State Reading Association, the focus of the RSCS is to provide professional development to present and future educators. Our workshops feature nationally-acclaimed professors, consultants, authors, as well as locally prominent educators and librarians. The RSCS is a think tank rega

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Read by Example 08/21/2021

Read by Example

Read by Example A newsletter about literacy and leadership in education

Books Matter: The Power of Children's Literature 08/20/2021

Books Matter: The Power of Children's Literature

Books Matter: The Power of Children's Literature Anyone who has ever read to or with a child—parent, family member, teacher or friend—knows books leave lasting impressions. Beyond the educational benefits, books have the power …

Books Matter: The Power of Children's Literature 08/20/2021

Books Matter: The Power of Children's Literature

Books Matter: The Power of Children's Literature Anyone who has ever read to or with a child—parent, family member, teacher or friend—knows books leave lasting impressions. Beyond the educational benefits, books have the power …

Visual Reading for Writing – Choice Literacy 08/20/2021

Visual Reading for Writing – Choice Literacy

Visual Reading for Writing – Choice Literacy Just recently, I was babysitting my five-year-old nephew Ellis. He is a bright kid who loves playing outside, anything related to Star Wars, and books. One of my favorite things to do with Ellis is read, particularly before bedtime (this is a selfish move on my part, because he is always the most sn...

Read Across America | NEA 08/19/2021

Read Across America | NEA

Read Across America | NEA Let's read and grow together with 12 months of recommended books, authors, and teaching resources that promote diversity and inclusion.

08/13/2021

In "Opening the Year with Optimism," Katrina Edwards shares mentor texts to build positive pathways and strategies for coping with the unexpected: https://choiceliteracy.com/article/opening-the-year-with-optimism/

What books would you add to this collection?

#ChoiceLiteracy #choiceliteracychat #ChoiceLiteracyFREEContent

10-year-old student's book drive rooted in kindness 08/10/2021

10-year-old student's book drive rooted in kindness

10-year-old student's book drive rooted in kindness Ten-year-old Orion Jean of Fort Worth, Texas -- winner of a student kindness contest last year -- is seeking 500,000 books to donate to students and has reached 120,000 so far. In this interview, Jean says he hopes to inspire others to continue the

Understanding Study: Noticing Pictures – Choice Literacy 08/06/2021

Understanding Study: Noticing Pictures – Choice Literacy

Understanding Study: Noticing Pictures – Choice Literacy On a warm afternoon in late September, it was time to begin our first unit in writing workshop. I was a little nervous that my first graders might not be up for the challenge of thinking at the level I was expecting this early in the year. I am always a little anxious this time of year. I don’t fu...

Library 2.021: Libraries as Community Anchors 08/06/2021

Library 2.021: Libraries as Community Anchors

Library 2.021: Libraries as Community Anchors Our 3rd Library 2.021 mini-conference: "Libraries as Community Anchors," will be held online (and for free) on Thursday, October 21st, 2021.

Anniversary in the Schools: Commemorating 9/11 20 Years Later 08/02/2021

Anniversary in the Schools: Commemorating 9/11 20 Years Later

Anniversary in the Schools: Commemorating 9/11 20 Years Later Anniversary in the Schools: Commemorating 9/11 20 Years Later lesson plan template and teaching resources. Join Jennifer Lagasse and Meredith Ketchmark of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum and Share My Lesson for this session on teaching students about the 9/11 attacks and how they continue to impact us as...

How Read-Alouds Can Benefit Older Students 07/27/2021

How Read-Alouds Can Benefit Older Students

How Read-Alouds Can Benefit Older Students Hearing their teachers model good literacy skills can help students in upper elementary and middle school become better readers.

5 fun tools for student collaboration 07/23/2021

5 fun tools for student collaboration

5 fun tools for student collaboration During the pandemic, side-by-side student collaboration took a back seat to online learning and distanced in-person or hybrid learning. But student collaboration is a cornerstone of 21st-century sk…

5 learning apps for students with special needs 07/22/2021

5 learning apps for students with special needs

5 learning apps for students with special needs Millions of students transitioned to online and hybrid learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. While that transition was relatively easy for some students, many–including students with special…

Summer Reading for Teachers in 2021 07/22/2021

Summer Reading for Teachers in 2021

Summer Reading for Teachers in 2021 We asked our team of teachers what books they're reading this summer. Read their recommendations for books to get lost in!

Teaching America’s Interwoven Histories 07/21/2021

Teaching America’s Interwoven Histories

Teaching America’s Interwoven Histories The shared history of African Americans and Indigenous Americans is rarely taught. TT talked to Professor Tiya Miles about why we can’t understand American history without it.

5 tools for classroom comic creation 07/20/2021

5 tools for classroom comic creation

5 tools for classroom comic creation While it may not seem a traditional learning tool, comic creation helps across an array of core subjects and learning objectives. Comics are engaging, fun, and help students take ownership of their…

The Science of Reading: From a Vision to Outcomes - edWeb 07/15/2021

The Science of Reading: From a Vision to Outcomes - edWeb

PD webinar, July 22, 3:00 - 4:00:

https://home.edweb.net/webinar/differentiate20210722/

The Science of Reading: From a Vision to Outcomes - edWeb This edWebinar discusses the Science of Reading and how we can ensure students thrive, and inspire us and amplify student outcomes.

What Educators Want from a Reading Assessment 07/12/2021

What Educators Want from a Reading Assessment

What Educators Want from a Reading Assessment We administered a survey on what educators really thought about and wanted from their reading assessments. What we learned from the 100+…

Bite-Sized Summer PD 07/04/2021

Bite-Sized Summer PD

Bite-Sized Summer PD Summer is here and we know PD may be the last thing on your mind. We've put together some bite-sized PD that you can finish quickly throughout the break.

S&S Worldwide Online Learning 07/02/2021

S&S Worldwide Online Learning

Diversified online PD courses. Most are CTLE approved.

https://ssww.teachable.com/

S&S Worldwide Online Learning Online Professional Development geared towards Educators, Teachers, and Healthcare Professionals.

Four Educator-Recommended Approaches for Teaching English-Language Learners (Opinion) 07/01/2021

Four Educator-Recommended Approaches for Teaching English-Language Learners (Opinion)

Four Educator-Recommended Approaches for Teaching English-Language Learners (Opinion) Five educators recommend classroom strategies for teaching ELLs, including translanguaging & consistency.

6 SEL Summer Reads 06/30/2021

6 SEL Summer Reads

6 SEL Summer Reads Kickstart your summer reading with a list of six books that cover all the social-emotional learning competencies from CASEL.

Kids' Books: June 2021 06/26/2021

Kids' Books: June 2021

Recent recommended literary releases for kids:

https://www.libraryaware.com/278/NewsletterIssues/ViewIssue/e56ef488-e038-4d9a-b2c8-6c8893e18fcf?postId=d56908ae-840c-432f-b1ac-02257d0b5c0b

Kids' Books: June 2021 Find out what’s new and cool! We’ll suggest fun and fascinating fiction (and great nonfiction, too) for kids in elementary school, ages 8-11. Monthly.

How is technology impacting literacy? 06/18/2021

How is technology impacting literacy?

How is technology impacting literacy? We live in a world where learning and technology are intrinsically linked, especially in the minds of our youth. But do today’s students process information differently because it comes on a digita…

Growing Minds 06/14/2021

Growing Minds

https://www.teachingchannel.com/growing-minds?__sta=vhg.hhksexqJhlbhbv%7CITH&__stm_medium=email&__stm_source=smartech&utm_source=Smartech&utm_campaign=GrowingMinds&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=1

Growing Minds Join a free webinar series from Growing Minds and Teaching Channel to explore how mindfulness practices can be used in every classroom.

Tween Reads: June 2021 06/12/2021

Tween Reads: June 2021

New literary releases:

https://www.libraryaware.com/278/NewsletterIssues/ViewIssue/c8b234a3-4b4f-4aed-857e-617b55a7eb55?postId=ebd35add-a35d-44b8-861d-7a6677df4094

Tween Reads: June 2021 Too young to drive, but too old for kid stuff? These books (mostly fiction, with some nonfiction) are just right for the middle school set, ages 10-13. Bi-monthly.

Professional Development This Summer: What Teachers and Principals Say They Need 06/09/2021

Professional Development This Summer: What Teachers and Principals Say They Need

Professional Development This Summer: What Teachers and Principals Say They Need School and classroom leaders weigh in on how PD this summer should prioritize addressing the needs made plain during the pandemic.

How to help children develop executive functioning skills 06/08/2021

How to help children develop executive functioning skills

How to help children develop executive functioning skills Math. Social Studies. Science. There’s no shortage of important topics the U.S. education system imparts on our youth. And yet, there is a set of skills that’s not given enough attentio…

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: What Tech Should Stay With The “New Normal”. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. 06/05/2021

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: What Tech Should Stay With The “New Normal”. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: What Tech Should Stay With The “New Normal”. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. While best-case scenarios suggest back-to-school this fall may look like ones pre-pandemic, the way we teach and learn inside and out of the classroom, especially in grades k-5, may never be the same again. What new tools, techniques, and innovations should stick around in primary schools even thoug...

Pa. students get animated with lessons via comic books 06/03/2021

Pa. students get animated with lessons via comic books

Pa. students get animated with lessons via comic books Comic books and graphic novels draw in students and keep them engaged in key topics, says social studies teacher Tim Smyth of Wissahickon High School in Ambler, Pa. A writer of a graphic-novel curriculum and teacher guides, Smyth offers six ideas for incorporating comics, such as creating a superher...

AFT TEACH 2021 06/02/2021

AFT TEACH 2021

AFT TEACH 2021 The AFT’s next biennial professional learning conference, TEACH (Together Educating America’s Children), will be held virtually July 6-10, 2021. TEACH 2021 will feature:

Pushing Back, Pushing Forward: Diverse Books for Summer Reading 06/01/2021

Pushing Back, Pushing Forward: Diverse Books for Summer Reading

Pushing Back, Pushing Forward: Diverse Books for Summer Reading How will you be an advocate for diverse books? We invite you to upload your own resources that can help others augment their curriculum.

05/31/2021

Brilliant 4-Year-Old Gives Speech About the Importance of Reading

New edWebinars | Literacy, SEL, Reconnecting to Your Passion, Digital Learning, Equity, and more! 05/28/2021

New edWebinars | Literacy, SEL, Reconnecting to Your Passion, Digital Learning, Equity, and more!

New edWebinars | Literacy, SEL, Reconnecting to Your Passion, Digital Learning, Equity, and more! Upcoming Programs for Educators View as Webpage Coming Up Next Register to attend live or receive the recording. Social-Emotional Learning: Priorities for 2021 and Beyond REGISTER Tuesday, Jun. 1 @ 4

Nonverbal Communication in the Classroom 05/28/2021

Nonverbal Communication in the Classroom

Nonverbal Communication in the Classroom Take a look at how non-verbal communication methods can be just as, if not more, effective in classroom instruction.

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Dix Hills, NY
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NFAS at Half Hollow Hills NFAS at Half Hollow Hills
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Half Hollow Hills High School East Half Hollow Hills High School East
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Dix Hills, 11746

St. Luke Lutheran Church & Early Childhood Center St. Luke Lutheran Church & Early Childhood Center
20 Candlewood Path
Dix Hills, 11746

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Long Island Media Arts Show Long Island Media Arts Show
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High School Student Video, Photo & Digital Arts. Sponsored by NY State Summer School of the Media Arts, this year at Five Towns College.