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Tuesday, July 30 • 10:10am - 11:00am
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Guided instruction is best implemented as a series of small, flexible steps, rather than an overnight renovation. The goal of this session is that teachers will leave realizing they can implement change at a pace that works for them and for their students. Areas that will be addressed include arranging the classroom, teaching procedures, options for grouping, making room for remediation, curbing problem behaviors, and much more! There is no question that when fellow educators take their first steps into providing Guided Instruction and note the power of immediate feedback, personalized instruction, opportunity for consistent remediation, and flexibility, they will choose to take increase their use of guided instruction for the betterment of their students.


Maggie Agnew

Penn Harris Madison
Maggie Agnew is a third grade teacher at Walt Disney Elementary School. She has taught for 16 years in grades first, third, fourth and sixth. Maggie has used guided math and reading instruction in her classroom for the past six years and believes it provides powerful instruction and... Read More →

Christine Austin

Penn-Harris-Madison Sch Corp
Christine Austin is a fourth grade teacher at Walt Disney Elementary School. She has been using a guided approach to reading and math instruction for the past five years. As a new teacher, Christine learned to implement Guided Reading and Guided Math through personal research, experimentation... Read More →

Tuesday July 30, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
Room 103

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