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Courses Approved for Scientifically Based Reading Research (SBRR)

Updated July 2, 2014

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Accessible Reading Tools for K-6 Teachers 
Aims Web Introduction

B

Best Practices in Reading and Math with Smart Board
Best Practices in Reading and Technology
Book study the Daily 5 & Café Syllabus
Book Study Notice and Note

C

Café Book: Engaging all Students in Daily Literacy Assessment & Inst
Classroom Instruction That Works
Collaboration for Improved Student Performance
Common Core Literacy Academy
Constructivist Curriculum
Conferring With Readers
Common Core Lesson Book K-5: Working with increasing complex Literature, informational text and Foundational Reading Skills

D

Data Driven Instruction
DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Literacy Skills)
Differentiated Reading Inst
Differentiated Inst in all content areas

E

Early Invention Strategies K-3
Early Literacy Strategies
Educational Research Practicum Early Literacy
Effective Literacy Practices for Primary Grades
Effective Models of Instruction
Engaging All Students in Daily Literacy Assessment and Instruction

F

First Grade North Dakota Teacher Reading Academy

G

Guided Reading II

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I

Improving Reading Comprehension
Independent Literacy within the Daily Five
Institute for Beginning Readers
Instructional Methods for Research-Based Teaching
Instructional Planning Methods & Assessment
Integrating Tech Into Teaching
Introduction to Underlying Principles and Research for Effective Literacy
Introduction to Educational Research
Investigating Classroom Instruction

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K

Kindergarten North Dakota Teacher Reading Academy

L

Language Essentials for Teachers
Language and Literacy Development
Lindamood Bell
Linking Literacy
Literacy Centers Guide
Literacy as Communication in Elementary
Literacy Theory and Practice I

M

Methods and Strategies for Teaching Reading K-3
Methods and Strategies for Teaching Reading 4-6
MREC Standards Based Ed Series

N

Ninty Minute Reading Block Inst
No Child left Behind Reading and Technology
North Dakota Reading Association (NDRA)

O

Online Directions for SBRR

P

PBS Intro/Principles/Research
Power of Pictures/Creating Pathways to Literacy through Art

Q

 

R

Reading and the Brain
Reading and the Brain Institute
Reading Fundamentals #1
Reading with Meaning
Reading Strategies
Reading Summer Institute: Literacy through Reading and Writing – 2004
Reading Summer Institute – 2005
Reading Summer Institute: Resource Strategies for Active Literacy Lessons 2011
Reading Workshop 2011 Mandan - Maria Banks

S

SBRR Summer Literacy Institute
Scott Foreman Ins.
Second Grade North Dakota Teacher Reading Academy
Standards Based Education Series MREC
Strategies That Work
Student Focus Coaching
Summer Literacy SBRR
Summer Symposium – 2006
Summer Symposium – 2007 (Bismarck and Minot)
Symp/OPT Voc & Comp Instr

T

Teaching Comprehension
Teaching Narrative & Expository Comprehension
Teaching Phonemic Awareness and Phonics
Teaching Reading Fluency
Teaching Study Group
Teaching Struggling Readers
Teaching Vocabulary Word Meanings & Word Knowledge
Teaching Writing in the Content Areas
Tech 2010 Camp Strand
Technology Skills for the ELA & Math Common Core Classroom
Third Grade North Dakota Teacher Reading Academy
The Daily 5 Fostering Literacy Independence
Tier 2.5 Catching Beginning Readers Before they fall
Training Trainers on DIEBELS
Three R’s for the 21st Century Research-Based Strategies for Reading Writing, and Reasoning
Title I Fall Conference
Title I Regional Workshops
Title I Summer Institutes
Training the Trainers for the North Dakota Reading Academies

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V

 

W

What’s Different about teaching Elementary Level ELL Students
Whats Different About Teaching Reading to Students Learning English

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