Small Group Literacy,

Yes You Can!

3 Secrets to Transform Your Reading Block

In this FREE workshop I'll show you how small group literacy CAN fit into your schedule, how to engage the students you aren't working with, and tried and true behavior management strategies that keep students focused and working.

In This Workshop

YOU WILL LEARN

1

[How to structure your reading block]

so small groups not only fit your schedule but become a pillar of teaching reading in your classroom.

2

[How to engage and build independence]

using meaningful activities so the students not currently in your small group are set up for success.

3

[Management & Accountability Strategies]

that dramatically reduce interruptions during your small group meetings.

4

[The MOST effective way to help students grow as readers]

so they can feel successful and grow to become lifelong lovers of reading.

As teachers we want to give our students the very best.

We know that small group instruction is best for students because it allows us to meet their individual needs, but we often get stuck trying to figure out how to make it work - especially with reading.  There is so much to fit into this extremely important block of instruction, and it can, and often does, get overwhelming quickly.


Whether you're unsure where to start, how to structure your literacy block, or what to do to improve behavior and accountability this can be a turning point for you.


Join me to learn how you can implement small group literacy and experience the joy of students who are growing a genuine love of reading.

A Note From Bryce...

As a K-2 teacher for 9 years, I get it.  I know what it's like to step into the classroom and see those 24 bright and shining faces looking up at you.  We want the best for them and sometimes that desire to make a huge impact makes us unsure or even doubt our ability.

Here's my call to you - you don't have to feel that doubt!

Over the course of my career I've discovered how to successfully make small group reading a daily staple in my instruction - and the joy of seeing students "get it" during those small group times is unparalleled.

If you're ready to discover how to make small group literacy work in your classroom or improve your current practices, let's do this together!

I'll see you there!

Bryce