Join us for a free online webinar with Gail Boushey and Joan Moser, “The 2 Sisters” on Wednesday, February 25, at 3:30 p.m. EST.
Whether you’re new to the Daily 5 literacy classroom management structure or have been using it for years, this informative webinar will give you practical ideas that you can use immediately to build student independence and success.
Gail Boushey and Joan Moser (“The 2 Sisters”), authors of the Daily 5, will present live on-camera, and the webinar will feature an exclusive clip from their new video, Up & Running with the Daily 5. At the end of the presentation, Gail & Joan will answer questions from attendees submitted in advance or during the webinar. You’ll get tips on introducing Daily 5 tasks, teaching behaviors, building student independence, and more. Space for this free webinar is limited, so register now! @StenhousePub will be live tweeting the event using #Daily5Tips.
In their new video, Up & Running with the Daily 5, Gail Boushey and Joan Moser (“The 2 Sisters”) take you and your staff into real classrooms where they work with teachers to demonstrate key components of the Daily 5 literacy structure, including:
• the 10 Steps to Independence;
• brain & body breaks;
• differentiating student choices;
• Math Daily 3; and
• strategies for “barometer students.”
The perfect companion to the second edition of The Daily 5, Up & Running with the Daily 5 is essential for any school starting or sustaining the structure used by hundreds of thousands of teachers to help students achieve literacy independence. And you can get five three-month subscriptions to The 2 Sisters’ Daily CAFE website for each video ordered by using the code 5FREE (valid through 3/31).
You can now purchase this video and all Stenhouse videos in streaming format in addition to DVD. Streaming offers access for an entire school from any online device, enables you to embed clips and/or playlists into your learning management system, and provides tracking/reporting features for PD leaders. Get details and a free 48-hour trial here!
If you missed our live book chat with Gail Boushey and Joan Moser (The 2 Sisters) last week, here is your chance to catch up! The Sisters answered questions about the new edition of their landmark book, The Daily Five, from implementation to assessment. Here is what some participants said about the hour-long webinar:
LOVED, LOVED, LOVED this webinar! Thank you so much! This is so what I needed to get through the last nine weeks of school! I feel rejuvenated and excited to go back to school next week (I’m on Spring Break now)! Thanks so much!!!!! – Melissa (Alabama)
Wow! This was GREAT… This webinar answered all of my questions! –Tammy (New York)
The archived version of the webinar is now available on the Stenhouse website for free.
There’s still time to register for our live online chat with The 2 Sisters, Gail Boushey & Joan Moser, Tuesday, March 25 at 3:30pm ET. Submit your questions in advance or during the chat. All registrants will be able to access the recorded event afterward:
What is Daily 5? Is it easy to get started? Are any special materials or resources needed? How do Daily 5 and CAFE fit together? In this new video, Gail & Joan answer some frequently asked questions:
The new edition of The Daily 5 is here! You can now preview the book in its entirety online, and when you pre-order the print format (shipping February 1st) you’ll get immediate access to the e-book, as well as free shipping. Just use the code D5EBOOK when you place your order by January 31st on the Stenhouse website.
And in this new video, authors Gail Boushey and Joan Moser (“The 2 Sisters”) highlight what’s new in the second edition, including lesson plans for launching Daily 5, focus lessons for introducing each of the components, and differentiating for various ages and levels of stamina:
Many teachers and schools using The Daily Five can benefit from adopting the structures in The CAFE Book to track student progress and complement the assessments they already use. Authors Gail Boushey and Joan Moser (“The Sisters”) explain how in this 2-part video interview: