U of MN Workshops Learn the PRESS framework for tiered systems of support in elementary literacy through a variety of workshops offered at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. You can also contact us to learn more about on-site professional development for your school or district. July 30 - PRESS: A Systematic Framework for School Literacy Improvement 07/30/18 08:30 AM CST For administrators and literacy leaders who are considering PRESS implementation. This workshop provides an introduction for administrators and literacy leaders who want to... Limited Seats Available. Register Now! Upcoming Workshops August Workshops: PRESS Classwide & Tier 2 Interventions with an Introduction to Progress Monitoring 08/01/18 12:30 PM CST Register for either workshop or both! August 1: Classwide Interventions 12:30 p.m. - 3:30... Limited Seats Available. Register Now! MCRR Summer Literacy Workshop 2018 08/07/18 08:15 AM CST 2018 Summer Literacy WorkshopReframing Literacy in a Digital Age Tuesday, August 7, 2018 | 8:15 AM –... Limited Seats Available. Register Now! October 9 - PRESS Tier 2 Interventions & Introduction to Progress Monitoring 10/09/18 08:30 AM CST Determine targeted, small group interventions using the PRESS data-driven decision making process.... Limited Seats Available. Register Now! November 8 - Making Decisions with Progress Monitoring Data 11/08/18 08:30 AM CST Learn to examine progress monitoring data and analyze the impact of interventions. A focus is placed... Limited Seats Available. Register Now! December 7 - PRESS: A Systematic Framework for School Literacy Improvement 12/07/18 08:30 AM CST For administrators and literacy leaders who are considering PRESS implementation. This workshop... Limited Seats Available. Register Now! On-site Workshops Are you considering PRESS implementation in your school or district? Our workshops are designed to offer the continuous support educators need to successfully learn and implement the PRESS framework. Workshops can be sequenced throughout the school year, providing timely information with practical next steps. Download full workshop descriptions Contact us to request pricing Workshop Options PRESS offers five distinct workshops to help you implement PRESS effectively in your school. Our offerings are tailored to meet the specific needs you have and workshops can be sequenced to provide comprehensive approaches to your implementation of PRESS. Each workshop is described briefly below. Please contact us to learn more. PRESS: A Systematic Framework for School Improvement Full Day For administrators and literacy leaders who are considering PRESS implementation. An introduction to the four pillars of PRESS and how to use strategies from the framework to create a cohesive structure for multi-tiered systems of support in K-5 reading. Classwide Interventions Half Day Learn an efficient process to analyze screening data and plan supplemental tier 1 supports for whole-class implementation. Specifically, we demonstrate a classwide intervention framework for classrooms where over half of students have been identified as below grade level on a universal screening measure. Quality Core Instruction Half Day Growth in literacy for all students is dependent upon strong core instruction in the classroom. Workshop participants develop a common language and examine a cohesive set of instructional practices and environments. We explore how the essential components of reading align to standards and what they look like in the classroom. Tier 2 Interventions & Introduction to Progress Monitoring Full Day Learn how to identify students' intervention needs using the PRESS diagnostic tools and then select and implement specific, skilled-based interventions from the PRESS Intervention Manual. Making Decisions with Progress Monitoring Data Half Day Learn to examine progress monitoring data and analyze the impact of interventions. A focus is placed on continuous progress monitoring, both at the skill and grade level. Prior participation in the full day workshop Tier 2 Interventions and Introduction to Progress Monitoring is required.