Reading, Writing, and Literacy
Reading/literacy training (Pre-K through high school) in content area; phonological/phonemic awareness; emergent writing; writing process; writing in content/subject areas; teaching reading skills in the writing lesson; interest and motivation; vocabulary-building; fluency building;
Professional Development Delivery Options
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga can provide your school or district with training in understanding how to manage a classroom effectively in order to improve literacy performance.
Our experts can assist in implementing processes that drive improvement in literacy and help achieve desired outcomes. These methods include developing and administering needs assessments; providing workshops on using data to better understand what is happening, daily, in the classroom; developing games and activities to build vocabulary skills; strengthening critical foundations of oral language, alphabet knowledge, and comprehension; creating authentic and formative assessments; building systematic comprehension strategies based on teacher modeling; presenting readers’/writers’ workshops; using informational text to teach reading templates; and implementing differentiated instruction for all learners.
The Center for Community Career Education is representing UTC and the School of Education as an official First to the Top professional development vendor for the State of Tennessee.