Choose from Jen's full-length courses or eight single-session courses.
The Reading Strategies Book made the New York Times Best Seller List by making it simpler to match students’ needs to high-quality instruction. And now, in The Writing Strategies Book, Jen Serravallo does the same, collecting 300 of the most effective strategies to share with writers, and grouping them beneath 10 crucial goals.
Informed by both of these books, Strategies in Action: Reading and Writing Methods and Content is Jen's newest on-demand course comprised of eight sessions. Each of the sessions work together fluidly, but also are designed to stand alone. You can choose which course you want to start with based on your PD need and budget.
Full-Length, Self-Paced Course
Strategies in Action: Reading and Writing Methods and Content
Presented by Jennifer Serravallo
Drawing from Jennifer Serravallo's best-selling resources, The Reading Strategies Book and The Writing Strategies Book, this on-demand course will help you understand how to find goals for your readers and writers and how to support them over time in individual, small group, and whole class lessons as they work toward those goals. Jen's new online course will guide you with over three dozen videos designed to help you learn both content and methods, so you can bring strategies to life in your classroom.
The following eight single-session courses are each components of Jen's full-length on-demand course, Strategies in Action: Reading and Writing Methods and Content. If you choose to start with one of these single-session courses, at the end of the course you will receive a discount code worth the price of the short course. This discount then can be applied toward the purchase of the full-length course.
Jen also presents two On-Demand Courses informed by her book, Teaching Reading in Small Groups: Differentiated Instruction for Building Strategic, Independent Readers. Offered as a full-length course and one single-session option, the following courses are perfect for educators who are new to differentiated reading instruction or wish to plan more efficiently for small groups of students.