Supporting learning and mental health of youth in South Carolina.
SCASP is looking at ways to provide the reading course requirement for the Read to Succeed legislation. Thoughts?
I am excited about a reading conference!! What a great way to bring great speakers to South Carolina! Have you seen David Clemons speak from the Washington Literacy Council. This is also a great websitehttp://www.cdl.org/speakers/
Thanks for the suggestion about a speaker Marjie. We'll definitely look into it.
http://www.edutopia.org/big-thinkers Interesting list.. there are some good speakers in here!!?
Are you interested in being part of a cohort for Read to Succeed training? We are looking into forming a cohort for an eLearning course that would count as our required course for the R2S endorsement for School Psycs. Email me if you are interested so I can get a head count - firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep watching the website. We have an opportunity to form an eLearning cohort through SDE which will help us get more psycs the training they need.
R2S Speakers would be fantastic through SCASP! So much of what is being planned is for instructional level or administrators. Courses geared toward our role and something that would benefit us is definitely appealing!
Please keep me updated as to when these courses will be offered and how much it will cost. I was told there were details on the website but I have not seen any.
I will rejoin but I would also like to take the online reading class. Please send me information. Thanks, Barbara Mason
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