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Courses Approved for Scientifically Based Reading Research (SBRR)

Updated April 13, 2015


Accessible Reading Tools for K-6 Teachers 
Aims Web Introduction
An introduction to teaching ESL/EFL


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


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


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


Early Invention Strategies K-3
Early Literacy Strategies
Educational Research Practicum Early Literacy
Effective Literacy Practices for Primary Grades
Effective Models of Instruction
Elementary Reading Intervention Strategies
Empowering Students with Disabilities
Engaging All Students in Daily Literacy Assessment and Instruction
Engaging Parents for Student Success


First Grade North Dakota Teacher Reading Academy


Getting Kids to READ, Read, Read
Guided Reading II




Image-Making within the Writing Process: Integrated Curriculum Poetry Unit
Improving Reading Comprehension
Independent Literacy within the Daily Five
IRA Conference
Institute for Beginning Readers
Instructional Methods for Research-Based Teaching
Instructional Planning Methods & Assessment
Integrating Tech Into Teaching
Interactive White Boards IPads & Web 2.0 Tools
Introduction to Underlying Principles and Research for Effective Literacy
Introduction to Educational Research
Investigating Classroom Instruction




Kindergarten North Dakota Teacher Reading Academy


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


Making Student Thinking Visible!
Methods and Strategies for Teaching Reading K-3
Methods and Strategies for Teaching Reading 4-6
Methods of Teaching ELL’s
Minnesota Kindergarten Association
MREC Standards Based Ed Series


ND Middle School MTSS PD
Ninty Minute Reading Block Inst
No Child left Behind Reading and Technology
North Dakota Reading Association (NDRA)


Online Directions for SBRR


Parent Involvement 2015 Conference
Park River PD 2011-12-13-14
PBS Intro/Principles/Research
Picturing Writing: Fostering Literacy Through Art
Power of Pictures/Creating Pathways to Literacy through Art




Reading and the Brain
Reading and the Brain Institute
Reading Fundamentals #1
Reading with Meaning
Reading Strategies
Reading Summer Institute 2015
Reading Summer Institute: Resource Strategies for Active Literacy Lessons 2011
Reading Workshop 2011 Mandan - Maria Banks


SBRR Summer Literacy Institute
Scott Foreman Ins.
Second Grade North Dakota Teacher Reading Academy
Second Language Acquisition
Social Networking & Digital Literacy in the Classroom
Standards Based Education Series MREC
Strategies That Work
Student Focus Coaching
Summer Literacy SBRR
Symp/OPT Voc & Comp Instr


Teaching Comprehension
Teaching English Language Learners Across the Curriculum
Teaching ESL/EFL
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
Technology Skills for the ELA & Math Common Core Classroom
Technology Skills in the 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
Training the Trainers for the North Dakota Reading Academies






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







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