Presentations

Ryan, T. (2017, 2016 February). Using Reader’s Theater to Motivate Students to Read. Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Ryan, T. (2016, June). How to use writing to build reading skills. Uvita, Costa Rica.

Ryan, T. (2015, June). How to engage children in reading to develop comprehension through read alouds. Uvita, Costa Rica.

Ryan, T. (2015, March). All teachers are teachers of reading. St Mark’s Episcopal Day School, Jacksonville, FL.

Ryan, T., Sauer, A., & Prezas, R.  (2015, September). Dyslexia: Serving struggling readers and bilingual children through multi-sensory methods and language-based techniques. TEACH Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

Tysseling, L. A., McAndrews, S., Msengi, S., Vazzano, J., Ryan, T., Bowers, E. Stevens, N., Zimmerman, B. (2015, December). Video assessment of reading teacher knowledge and skill. Presented at Literacy Research Association Annual Conference. Carlsbad, CA.

Ryan, T. (2015, February). Learn various instructional techniques that motivate and engage students in literary experiences. Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.

Ryan, T. (2015, February). Quotation mingling and supporting your position as instructional techniques to engage middle school students in reading for deeper comprehension. Guatemala Reading Association, Guatemala City, Guatemala

Cobb, J, Ryan, T., & Laster, B. (2015, March 10). Exploring global perspectives on humanist education. Comparative and International Education Society CIES conference, Washington, D.C.

Ryan, T. (2014, May). Intentional teaching with technology to increase understanding, empathy, and engagement. IRA Research Institute, presented round table session at the 59th Annual International Reading Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Ryan, T. (2014, June). Oral Expresion, Participacion activa, Motivacion: Escritura, y Compréhension. Session presented in five schools and one after-school agency, uVita, Costa Rica.

Ryan, T. (2014, February). Using images to develop comprehension. Workshops presented at the GuatemalaReading Association Conference, Guatemala City and Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.

Presented keynote address, Importance of reading, writing, and how poetry benefits reading fluency, KappaDelta Pi Honorary Society in Education Literacy Alive event, April 10, 2015 at Plantation Oaks ElementarySchool, Jacksonville, Florida.

Ryan, T. (2013, February). Using pictures and discussions to develop reading and higher order thinking skills. Session presented at the Guatemala Reading Association Conference, Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Bowers, E., McAndrews, S., Msengi, S. Ryan, T., Stevens, N., Tysseling, L.A., Vazzano, J., & Zimmerman, B (2012, December). Video for assessing teacher knowledge and reading assessment and instruction. Alternative session presented and Literacy Research Conference, San Diego, California.

Bower, E., Cobb, J., Gurvitz, D., Laster, B., Vassano, J., & Ryan, T. (2012, December). Video for teacher reflection. Alternative session presented at the Literacy Research Association 62nd annual conference, San Diego, California.

Ryan, T., & Hedrick, W. (2012, February). Using non-rhyming poems to improve teaching and learning in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Session presented at the Guatemala Reading Association Conference, Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Ryan, T. (2012, April). Using walk talk words in an after school boys and girls club program to foster urban children’s vocabulary development. Research Poster Session accepted for International Reading Association 57th Annual National Convention, Chicago, Illinois.

Sargent, S., Gaunty-Porter, D., Milby, T., Eeg, M., Ryan, T., Applegate, M., Bowers, E., Ortlieb, E., Peck, S. Swanson, M., Zimmerman, B., Gurvitz, D. (December, 2011). Results of transfer and transformation from reading clinics/literacy labs: The 3rd year. Alternative Format Session presented at the Literacy Research Association 61st Annual Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida.

Ryan, T.(2011, May). Using international children’s digital library and e-Pals for global collaboration and response. Invited Speaker Symposium Session presented at the Preconvention Institute at the International Reading Association 56th Annual National Convention, Phoenix, Arizona.

Deeney, T., Dozier, C., Laster, B., Applegate, M., Cobb, J., Dubert, L., Eeg, M., Gaunty Porter, D., Gurvitz, D., McAndrews, S., Milby, T., Morewood, A., Ryan, T., Sargent, S., and Swanson, M. (2010, December). Preparing lab/clinic graduates to work through disjunctures. Alternative Format Session presented at the Literacy Research Association 60th Annual Meeting, Ft. Worth, Texas.

Ryan, T. (2009, December). Walk Talk Words: Using Tier Two Words, text talk, and digital language experience approach to improve first-grade students’ vocabulary development. Paper Session presented at the National Reading Conference 59th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque New Mexico.

Ryan, T. (2009, December). Text talk transforms teacher talk. Paper Session presented at the National Reading Conference 59th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque New Mexico.

Ryan, T., Labbo, L. D. (2009, May). Technology matters-but what does it take to make it matter. Symposium Session presented at the International Reading Association 54th Annual National Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Ryan, T., Labbo, L.D. (2009, February). Making words sticky through digital response to literature activities: a vocabulary flood. Invited Speaker Symposium Session presented at the Preconvention Institute at the International Reading Association 54th Annual National Convention, Phoenix, Arizona.

Labbo, L. D., Ryan, T. (2008, December). Traversing the “literacies” landscape: A semiotic perspective on early literacy acquisition and instruction. Alternative Format Session presented at the National Reading Conference 58th Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

Ryan, T. (2008, May). Using walk talk, words: A method that combines tier words, text talk, and digital language experience approach to improve first-grade students’ vocabulary development. Research Poster session presented at the International Reading Association 53rd Annual National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia.

Labbo, L. D., Ryan, T. (2008, May) Using vocabulary flood and walk talk words to improve young children’s vocabulary development. Invited Speaker Symposium Session presented at the Preconvention Institute at the International Reading Association 53rd Annual National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia.

Labbo, L. D., Love, M. S., Ryan, T. (2007, December). A vocabulary flood: Exploring literacy development during story talk and computer response activities in K-2. Paper Session presented at the National Reading Conference 57th Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas.

Labbo, L. D., Ryan, T., Love, M. S. (2007, May). A vocabulary flood: Exploring at-risk K-2 students’ vocabulary development during story talk and computer response activities. Symposium Session presented at the International Reading Association 52nd National Convention, Toronto, Canada.

Labbo, L. D., Ryan, T., Love, M. S. (2006, December). Continuity and change: Framing the classroom complexities of literacy and technology. Symposium Session presented at the National Reading Conference 56th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California.

Baumann, J. F., Alvermann, D. E., Edwards, N., Ryan, T., & Williams. L. (2006, December).Doctoral student research: Searching, (re)searching, musing and decision making. Bridging theory to practice: Exploring pragmatism in methodological decision-making. Symposium Session presented at the National Reading Conference 56th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California.

Labbo, L. D., Love, M. S., Park, M. P., Hubbard, B., & Ryan, T. (2005, December). Enhancing young children’s responses to literature in the computer center. Paper Session presented at the National Reading Conference 55th Annual Meeting, Miami, Florida.

Commeyras, M., Labbo, L. D., Middleton, J., Dwight, T., Edwards, N., Ryan, T., Love, M., Waugh, K., Roe, M., Maring, G., Doty, J., & Fickle, M. (2004, November). Exploring the interface of technology and tutoring for literacy development. Alternative Format Session presented at the National Reading Conference 54th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

Labbo, L. D., & Ryan, T. (2004, May). Literature links: Connecting books and computers in the Primary grades. Featured Speaker presentation at the International Reading Association 49th National Convention, Reno, Nevada.

Labbo, L. D., & Ryan, T. (2004, April). The effectiveness of web-based, case technologies: Implications of expert teachers’ knowledge of computer-related literacy instruction. Poster Session presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, California.

STATE PRESENTATIONS

Ryan, T., & Hedrick, W. (2012, October). Using non-rhyming poems to improve teaching and learning in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Session presented at the Florida Reading Association Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Ryan, T., & Haslem, L. (2011, August). Fostering urban children’s vocabulary development. Session presented at the Jacksonville Children’s Commission After-school Redesign Project Workshop, Jacksonville, Florida.

Ryan, T. (2011, March). Fostering urban children’s vocabulary development Paper presented at Jacksonville
University Faculty Symposium, Jacksonville, Florida.

Ryan, T. (2011, March). Playground literacy: Using service-learning to transfer and transform reading instruction and learning. Paper presented at Jacksonville University Faculty Symposium, Jacksonville, Florida.

Ryan, T. & Hall, K. (2010 August). Nurturing talk beyond storybooks. Talk presented to 67 birth-to-preschool Jacksonville Children’s Commission Literacy Coaches.

Ryan, T. (2010) Transforming libraries to word consciousness playgrounds. Talk presented to 75 Jacksonville Public Librarians.

Ryan, T. (2010, March). Just a Click Away: Using biweekly informal assessments to improve retention, performance, and metacognition skills. Paper presented at Jacksonville University Faculty and Student Symposium, Jacksonville, Florida.

Ryan, T. (2005, October). Using interactive storyboards, digital cameras, and other technology to scaffold, motivate, and enhance a beginning reader’s literacy acquisition. Session Presenter at the 39th Annual Georgia Association on Young Children Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

Ryan, T. (2005, March). Learn how technology scaffolds, motivates, and enhances emergent literacy. Concurrent Session presenter at Bright Beginnings…Promising Futures Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

Ryan, T. (2005, February). Learn how technology scaffolds, motivates, and enhances emergent literacy. Concurrent Session presenter at Georgia Reading Association Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

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