Michael Singletary is a K-5 Principal and Literacy Coach with a passion for learning and supporting educators in literacy instructional leadership. Michael is also the founder of Principal Teacher Co. where she serves educators and school districts as an instructional leadership and literacy consultant. Throughout her 16 years as a dedicated educator, she’s taught all grades from K-8th, served as a STEM teacher, an instructional coach, assistant principal and district instructional technology coach. In addition, Michael is a graduate and undergraduate professor for the Division of Education at Thomas University. Michael earned a bachelors in Early Childhood Education, a Masters in Reading Education and an Ed.S in Education Leadership and Administration.
Title: Implement a School-Wide Literacy Intervention Model That Gets Results
When it comes to tiered reading intervention support, do you ever feel like you’re throwing spaghetti at the wall and just hoping something sticks? It’s no secret that the most effective way to support students is to tailor assessments and instruction to best support their individual needs. However, the “how” sometimes seems like a mystery. Tune in to learn actionable implementation and coaching strategies that will help administrators and coaches support, implement and systemize reading interventions and progress monitoring right away. In this session, I will share how to put strategic school-wide systems in place that will help “step-ify” the intervention and progress monitoring process so that student achievement is maximized quickly.