Planning for Meaningful, Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Early Literacy Classroom

$30.00

Planning for Meaningful, Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Early Literacy Classroom –  presented by Brenda Stein Dzaldov, Instructor, OISE, University of Toronto
March 28, 2022 – 6:30pm (eastern time) – session will be recorded for repeat viewing until August 31, 2022

This session will discuss approaches to powerful instruction in the early literacy classroom to support authentic, meaningful, and culturally responsive literacy learning. You will leave the session with new perspectives and practical ideas to try tomorrow in your own classrooms!   

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Planning for Meaningful, Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Early Literacy Classroom

Online Professional Learning Session – Presented Live on March 28, 2022 at 6:30pm (eastern time).  This session will be recorded and available for repeat viewing until August 31, 2022.

Presented by: Brenda Stein Dzaldov, Reading Recovery Teacher Leader Emerita

This session will discuss approaches to powerful instruction in the early literacy classroom to support authentic, meaningful, and culturally responsive literacy learning. You will leave the session with new perspectives and practical ideas to try tomorrow in your own classrooms!   


Brenda Stein Dzaldov – Brenda’s thirty years of experience as classroom teacher, Reading Recovery teacher, literacy consultant, teacher educator and school administrator in both public and private schools in Ontario has made her passionate about the teaching-learning process and the foundational understandings that impact true learning.  Brenda completed her undergraduate and graduate education at the University of Toronto, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of Western Ontario.  Brenda received her PhD from the University of Toronto in 2012. Her research interests are in literacy pedagogies and multiliteracies.    Brenda is currently an instructor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto.  Brenda teaches courses in Educational Psychology, Child and Adolescent Development, Teaching and Learning in Literacy and Special Education and Mental Health.

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