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CANCELLED: Literacy and Technology Design Studio (4 Day Series) 

Title: Literacy and Technology Design Studio (4 Day Series)
Date(s): CANCELLED October 6 & December 2, 2015 and February 2 and March 29, 2016 - Pick the sessions you wish to attend!
Time(s): 1:00 - 4:15 PM
Location: Oakland Schools, 2111 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford 48328
Cost: $25.00 per session
Class Limit: 25 per session
Prerequisite Knowledge: None
Grade Level: K-12
Audience: ELA, Social Studies and Science teachers interested in how technology can facilitate effective student literacy practices. Grade level teams and departments are encouraged to attend together.
SCECHs: Pending. Check the status of this course at:
Questions? Please contact
Event Description:
Maybe you’re a tech savvy teacher who needs time to explore and plan new ways of infusing technology into your literacy-based instruction. Or maybe you’re just embarking on the tech integration journey to make it part of your teaching practice. Either way, you’re welcome at the Lit & Tech Design Studio. During each three hour session, educators will spend the first hour learning about integrating technology into a specific area of literacy-focused instruction (see specifics below). The final two hours of the session are an opportunity for educators to explore tools and plan their own literacy-focused projects and lessons with the support of Oakland Schools consultants and teacher leaders. These projects and lessons may or may not connect to the workshop’s instructional focus for that day. The goal of the Design Studio is to support literacy educators in the tech-related teaching and learning they want to do. You may register for one, some, or all of the sessions.
  • Tuesday, October 6 Session 1: Instructional Focus: Formative Assessment Tools for Literacy Instruction
  • Tuesday, December 1 Session 2: Instructional Focus: Digital Writing Workshop
  • Tuesday, February 2 Session 3: Instructional Focus: Digital Reading Practices & Tools
  • Tuesday, March 29 Session 4: Instructional Focus: Research - Online Student Inquiry & Production