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Saturday, January 23 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Maximizing the Effects of the Feedback Loop: Aligning Teacher Responses Within the Gradual Release of Responsibility Model

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In the feedback loops that drive our instruction, we must be intentional about using specific language to move readers and writers towards independence. But do you ever struggle with the right words at the right time? Come explore how to shift your responses to student efforts and choose feedback that parallels the increasing responsibility you are scaffolding them toward. 


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Katie Eckelmann

first grade teacher, North East ISD
Katie Eckelmann is currently in her seventh year teaching elementary school. She taught for four years on the south side of Chicago (in second grade and in fourth grade reading and language arts) before moving to San Antonio. She is in her third year teaching first grade in North... Read More →
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Dennis Holland

Instructional Literacy Coach, North East ISD
Denise Holland is a Instructional Literacy Coach at Windcrest Elementary in San Antonio, Texas. . She has served as a reading interventionist and a classroom teacher. This is her eighteenth year of teaching, all in San Antonio, TX. She holds a bachelor of science degree with a specialization... Read More →
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Terry Thompson

North East ISD
Terry Thompson is an author, teacher and consultant living in San Antonio, Texas. He provides staff development for teachers of readers and writers in grades K-8. Currently a reading interventionist, Terry has served as a classroom teacher, basic skills teacher, Reading Recovery teacher... Read More →


Saturday January 23, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
San Antonio-Plaza Level (Lower)