Fri, Dec 30|
Virtual Small Group Coaching
Small Group Coaching-Learn How to be Successful Online with our Students! (2)
Connect with a Group of Reading Tutors to Teach Online with Less Technology.
Time & Location
Dec 30, 2022, 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM EST
Virtual Small Group Coaching
About the Event
So excited to kick off this small group coaching opportunity and get you ready for 2023! All coaching calls will be live, recorded, and a full demo. These are designed to be interactive and engaging. So join the fun, and be a student in the Zoom Room. This is a three-hour training with two months of access for $127.
There are also four special bonuses with this event!
🎁 1-hour video training on “Getting Your Online Students Independent.”
Free! “Get to Know you Game” to play with your new students
Free! Resource list with links to materials
Enjoy this added class if you would like. Add your first hour of 1:1 coaching for $99 (EMAIL me a email@example.com) COACH. This session is regularly $147 per hour of personalized coaching. All coaching needs to be paid for by 12/31/23, and calls must be completed by 1/31/23.
I can't wait to meet you in the Zoom Room and share all the tips and strategies with you to help you be successful online with less tech!
Schedule of full-demo workshops
8:30-9:30 am EST : How to Teach Reading Online Using Multi-Sensory Methods (This is a full-demo, interactive workshop on how to take your Orton-Gillingham lesson online with less tech using just video and the document camera)
9:30-10:30 am EST: How to Teach Spelling Online While Maintaining Multi-Sensory Methods
10:30-11:30 am EST: Engaging Online Students with Games and Movement
Michelle Breitenbach is an energetic and motivating presenter who will get you on your feet. She is a certified dyslexia practitioner and early literacy specialist from Boston, Massachusetts. After working as a special educator for seven years, she established her own company in Miami, Florida, Read to Rewire. She supports students online as a private educator, and she coaches teachers globally. Michelle is passionate about teaching others how to engage students through movement and games in the classroom and online, precisely those extra wiggly, inflexible thinkers. Michelle was teaching online for over a year when the pandemic occurred. She supported the transition to online teaching with free resources and webinars during the pandemic. Michelle loves creating unique resources to support teachers and maintain student interest with games and bursts of movement. Her interactive webinars have focused on elevating student engagement, maintaining multi-sensory methods, minimizing tech online for successful lessons, setting up behavior systems, and weaving quick motivating activities into each part of a structured literacy lesson.
Also was a presenter for
Climbing the Ladder of Reding Conference on March 27, 2021
Topic: Engaging Struggling Readers with Less Technology
Hosted by Wimberly Dyslexia Center and Casey from @thedyselexiaclassroom
Webinar Presenter for Reading with TLC (Lively Letters)
Topic: Kicking Phonics Boredom to the Curb with Games and Movement
Topic: Success with the Document Camera for Online or In the Classroom (over 1500 sign-ups)
Topic: Setting Students up for Success from Day 1 Online
Small Group Coaching
Connect with a Group of Reading Tutors to Teach Online with Less Technology.$127.00