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Wilson Intro Workshop - Spring Offerings!

Wilson Reading System  Introductory Workshop Who: Special Educators, Reading Specialists, Title One Interventionists, ELL Teachers, aspiring Wilson Certified Tutors, RTI Coordinators, and Administrators seeking a shared understanding What: Learn how to implement an intensive (Tier 3) program for students in Grade 2 and beyond in this 3-day workshop. WRS is a highly-structured remedial program that directly teaches the structure of language. This multisensory program targets reading and spelling deficits and has had great success with students and adults who have been unable to make gains with other teaching strategies. *This introductory workshop serves as a prerequisite for WRS Level 1 Certification. West Bay Collaborative will be offering Level 1 Certification as well as Advanced Strategies for Group Instruction over the course of the 2016-2017 school year.REGISTER EARLY; SPACE IS LIMITEDTO REGISTER: Click on flyer/registration link below to print, fill out, and fax along with your district purchase order, or mail along with your check.(2) Separate Offerings:WRS Intro Workshop - May 2016WRS Intro Workshop - June 2016 

January 14, 2016 - 3:08pm

Adult Ed Conference, October 2015

The Annual RI Adult Education Conference was held October 1st at New England Tech’s new East Greenwich campus.  The event was a great success, according to onsite evals, and an online follow up survey to participants.   Twenty-four workshops and panels were offered by practitioners from across the state for 155 participants. Our goal is to keep the annual event at NEIT in the Fall, but may have a conflict with Fall 2016, due to construction...stay tuned!

January 26, 2016 - 1:48pm

RI Resource Hub - Career Pathways

The RI Resource Hub has been highlighted in a report from a fall federal monitoring visit review of the Statewide Longitudinal Data System grant which funded the buildout.  They recommended that the state spread the cost of maintaining it into annual state department budgets!  A new grant has been acquired to work closely with the Governor’s Workforce Board to build out a Career Pathways component on the RIRH.  This work has to be completed by July 2016.

January 26, 2016 - 1:56pm