ILEARN ELA Gr3-5

Lessons Learned from 2022: Setting Students Up for Success

The Southern Indiana Education Center is happy to welcome April Connelly from INcompassing Education to facilitate this session. By correlating the ILEARN Assessment Blueprint with the Indiana E/LA standards, teachers can begin to identify power standards to focus on with students. During this session, teachers will start to formulate a plan to use these resources to direct their classroom instruction and maximize students’ achievement on the E/LA portion of the ILEARN assessment. The types of questions used on the ILEARN assessment will be discussed and analyzed and best practices to increase student performance for sample questions will be demonstrated. Resources, activities, and ideas for increasing student performance will also be interactively discussed.

No matter your comfort level with Indiana's state-wide test or how your students scored during the spring of 2022, this will be a valuable day of learning for all teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators in grades 3 through 5. See more information and the embedded registration below!

April Connelly, INcompassing Learning

April is a life-long learner and educator with 24 years of experience in elementary and special education. She offers expertise in literacy, including the Science of Reading, instructional coaching, professional learning, and curriculum development.

Prior to joining INcompassing Education, April fulfilled the role of Literacy Specialist working with multiple school districts across the country, as well as an Early Reading Virtual Coach, and Early Reading Training Facilitator. As a District Instructional Coach and E/LA Curriculum Coordinator April focused on bringing written and taught curriculum together. April spent 15 years working directly with students as a Reading Interventionist and Special Education teacher. She is an avid reader and advocates for students to develop life-long reading habits by finding their personal reading identity.

Thursday, Oct. 6th, 9am-3pm

Southern Indiana Education Center, 1102 Tree Lane Drive, Jasper, IN, 47546

*This workshop is for Grades 3 through 5 ELA teachers, special education teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators.

*All times are Eastern time zone.

*Lunch is included in the registration.

*Each participant will receive a certificate for 6 Professional Growth Points.

*All participants should bring a laptop to use during the session.

*Registration fee is $145 per person for ESC members ($200 nonmembers)

*See registration link below.