- Category: Curriculum
Presenter: Jeanne Tribuzzi
Workshop Times: 9 am - 4 pm
Registration Time: 8:30 am
One Day Institute: $175 ($150 Texas ASCD members)
Two Day Academy: $349, ($295 for Texas ASCD members)
For more information of to schedule this workshop at your district cal 512-477-8200.
Establishing the components of an effective literacy program is a structural cornerstone for improving student performance across the grades and subject areas. Jeanne Tribuzzi will facilitate hands- on experiences as participants view models of best-practice curriculum and instruction, focusing on the foundational levels of literacy, literacy across all levels and disciplines, and skills needed to be critical consumers and creators of media.
- Identify ways to establish a rigorous literacy program to benchmark and increase student performance in K-8 literacy, as well as in the content disciplines
- Create process and product expectations to allow for flexibility and consistency within a language arts program
- Integrate active literacy strategies across the disciplines to equip every teacher as a language teacher
- Expand articulated curriculum to include the components of 21st century literacy
Jeanne Tribuzzi is the Director of English Language Arts, ESL and Second Language in the West Seneca Central School District in West Seneca, NY. She has been an educator in West Seneca, NY for 23 years. Having served in a variety of roles, Jeanne has been a primary classroom teacher, a middle school English teacher, the Director of Staff Development and is now the Director of English Language Arts, ESL and Second Language. She completed her MS and BS in Elementary Education and English and earned a Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Administration at SUNY Buffalo. She is a doctoral candidate at the University at Buffalo in NY and is a faculty member of Curriculum 21 with Dr. Heidi Hayes-Jacobs. Jeanne works with schools both nationally and internationally, in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment and has worked extensively in the area of literacy to help schools meet rigorous standards. She presents at the ASCD conference each year and at the Curriculum Mapping conference each summer.