Intro to SWI (Structured Word Inquiry)
This class is for beginners to help you gain an understanding of what SWI is, get started with using SWI to enhance your current lessons or to begin a journey to developing a whole new approach to teaching literacy skills.
This class is a total of 6 clock hours, often completed in four sessions lasting 90 minutes each OR two sessions lasting 3 hours each. Class offerings are dependent upon the choices made between the current participants and myself. There will be a 15 minute break with the 3 hour sessions.
This JULY 2023 class will be offered in two sessions of 3 hours each.
- July 17, 2023 (MONDAY) 9:00 am-12:00 pm Eastern Time
- July 19, 2023 (WEDNESDAY) 9:00 am-12:00 pm Eastern Time.
All times posted are on Eastern Time (ET) based on Detroit, MI/New York, NY time zone. This link will help you convert to your time zone.
Please note: Michigan observes Daylight Savings Time in May & November. We turn our clocks forward/back 1 hour - please keep this in mind as you make plans.
Sign up with a group of 3 or more, use discounted pricing option of $75 -- must email me with details of your group after completing payment.
CLASS OUTLINE AND GOALS:
REGISTRATION FORM MUST BE COMPLETED AT THE TIME OF PAYMENT: https://forms.gle/oCZp5YNaaCNGWHx68
Registration and payment are expected and appreciated in advance of the first class session. Refunds will be permitted if cancelled 1 full week in advance. If participant cancels 3-6 days in advance of the class, then 50% of the class fee will be refunded, no refunds if cancelled within 48 hours of the class. Refunds after class begins are not permitted. There is also an option to apply your payment to a future offering of the class or to reschedule with the presenter. Your receipt for the class is your electronic payment method, please bookmark it or print it for your records.
In honor of the experts in this field, after you've taken this Intro to SWI class, you are welcome to sit in on a future Intro to SWI session free of charge as space is available. There is always something new that occurs in each class that we can learn from "You can't step into the same river twice." The depth of this statement continues to astound me with every conference or presentation I attend and offer.