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Camping Out: Successful Intervention Plans for “At-Risk” Students
Presenters will guide participants through the steps for setting up and conducing a “camp” style intervention program using data and research-based strategies to address the five essential elements of reading instruction. Participants will take a virtual tour of the Literacy Camp as presenters narrate while sharing photographs and video of the process. Participants will gain skills to train tutors/teachers for preparing for the intervention sessions. Presenters will share strategies, techniques, and resources for setting up the literacy camp. They will also hear success stories from teachers and students about the effectiveness of the program. The presenters will also share suggestions for building on the rotation or camp method to include math as well.
This talk was presented at:
National Title I Conference
February 2017 in Long Beach, CA
For more information:
trish.stoll@gulfportschools.org; angela.august@gulfportschools.org
Speakers
Angela August

Highly qualified teacher with over 16 years of experience in Title 1 schools, NBCT in early literacy, experience teaching primary grades, owned/operated a preschool, worked as a mentor teacher/ literacy coach and a lead teacher, experience working with ESL students.

Trish Stoll

Two years of service as a Reading First Literacy Coach, one and a half years of service as a district level literacy coach and mentor teacher, 13 years of educational experience in Title 1 schools, and highly qualified in the areas of literacy-received merit pay in 2015 based on student data and formal evaluations.