Literacy in the Disciplines, 6-12 (LiD) is pleased to announce our next after-school Webinar Series session.
But I Want to Teach What I’m Really Teaching: Supporting Literacy and Content-Area Learning
This webinar will include activities and discussions intended to help educators understand some of the ways that literacy differs across disciplines. The focus of the session is to encourage teachers to support literacy while helping students meet content-specific learning goals. Being aware of our own use of literacy strategies opens up discussions of how to continuously enrich every lesson, every day with content-area and disciplinary literacy practices.
When: Thursday, May 12, 2022, 6:00 – 7:00 pm ET.
Cost: Free. LiD6-12 is funded by the South Carolina Middle Grades Initiative.
The recording of this webinar is embedded below. The slide deck is available beneath the video.
This session will feature Dr. Britnie D. Kane and Charlene Aldrich.
Britnie Delinger Kane is an Assistant Professor of Literacy Education at The Citadel’s Zucker Family School of Education. Broadly, her research interests focus on DL and instructional coaching. Dr. Kane has published in Teachers College Record, the Journal of Teacher Education, the American Educational Research Journal, the Journal of the Learning Sciences, and elsewhere. She serves as the Literacy Program Coordinator at her home institution, the Associate Director of the Lowcountry Writing Project, and the Vice President of LiD 6-12.
Charlene Aldrich is an instructor in the Office of Professional Development at the College of Charleston. While content-area literacy is her specialty, she also teaches Assessments in Reading, Foundations in Reading, and Instructional Practices as required by South Carolina for recertification. She serves as the Treasurer of LiD 6-12.
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