Dr. Connie Hebert helps kids, parents, and teachers by helping them become experts at catching "the teachable minute" anytime, anywhere! My Teachable Minute Blog offers quick tips on how to engage with younger and older kids. Comments, questions, and reflections are always welcome . . . let's catch a million teachable minutes together!

September 22, 2012   11:00 AM – 11:30 AM (EST)

For Elementary Administrators: 3 Ways to Catch Your Falling Readers

Is your school doing all it can to help those students who are falling behind in their reading skills? And as an administrator, are you doing all you can to assist your teachers and struggling students? Teachers need lots of help, support, and strategies for catching kids who are reading below grade level.  In this webinar, join Dr. Connie Hebert, national literacy consultant and author, as she explores 3 effective ways in which administrators can make a difference…and catch a bunch of falling readers in their schools!

Presented by Dr. Connie Hebert

FREE! Register at www.simplek12.com

September 29, 2012   11:00 AM – 11:30 AM (EST)

Increase Your Effectiveness with Struggling Elementary and Special Needs Readers

Catching falling readers and writers is huge challenge that requires skill, understanding, and hard work. This webinar will examine 4 essential factors that play a big role in determining our effectiveness while working with struggling students. Join Dr. Connie Hebert as she explores the creative use of Voice, Pace, Body Language, and Eye Contact for catching falling readers – and especially those with special needs. Daily motivation, encouragement, and engagement are important and necessary for all learners.

If you work with struggling students at the elementary level, including those in special needs, remedial reading, or Title 1, this webinar will provide guidance and help you reflect on the role of the teacher so we can “catch them ALL” . . . it’s not the program, it’s the teacher!

Presented by Dr. Connie Hebert

FREE! Register at www.simplek12.com

JOIN US! Let’s catch them ALL . . .



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