San Jose, CA

April 4—5

April 4

Daily 5 Literacy Framework

  • Learn the framework, authentic tasks, and Essential Elements.  
  • Explore how to adapt implementation with your K–8 students.
  • Discover the 10 Steps to Teaching and Learning Independence and the importance of providing choice to enhance engagement.
  • Teach your curriculum within the Daily 5 framework. 
  • Bonus post-workshop webinar on how the process and procedures can be easily applied to the Math Daily 3 structure.

April 5

CAFE Literacy System

  • Discover what each child needs and how you can support them in reaching their goals.
  • Learn to devise an instructional plan based on assessment results, reading performance, and individual needs.
  • Find out how to create lessons that are brief, focused, and intentional.
  • Explore ways to keep a record of instruction, student performance, and next steps in a conferring notebook (paper or online).


Gail Boushey is an educator, author, speaker, and entrepreneur. Co-creator of the Daily 5 Framework and CAFE Literacy System and co-owner of The Daily CAFE company, she leads a passionate team to empower educators to individualize instruction, increase student independence, and provide authentic work for students.

Get your discount by registering early!

Early bird discount automatically applies until February 22, 2020.



Workshop Venue

Holiday Inn San Jose-Silicon Valley

1350 North 1st St.
San Jose, CA 95112

Stay at the workshop venue the night between workshops—or longer. Get a discounted rate of $119/night for a limited time. This offer expires March 3, 2020 or when the block of rooms is filled. Reserve your room here or call (408) 453-6200 and refer to the Daily 5 and CAFE Workshops. 

Where do I stay?
You may stay at the workshop venue. Get a discounted rate until the block of rooms is filled.

What about parking?
At the Holiday Inn San Jose-Silicon Valley self-parking is $13 overnight and $5 day use only. 

What is included?
Coffee, water and tea will be served all morning. All attendees will receive a handout book, pen, and fun surprises. 

Will food be served?
We will provide coffee, water, and tea in the morning. Lunch is on your own. Pack a lunch or enjoy a meal at one of the nearby restaurants.

What should I bring?
Bring a digital or paper copy of your ticket each day you attend. Bring anything to make yourself comfortable (a sweater can come in handy at some of our venues).

Where is the meeting room?

Is there WiFi?
Yes! Bring any electronic device you'd like.

Will clock hours or graduate credits be available?
We do not offer clock hours. A Certificate of Completion will be provided for 7 contact hours. Some states will accept a combination of certificate and receipt as proof of attendance. Through our partner, Upper Iowa University, we offer the option to earn one or two graduate credits for attending one or both workshop days. Learn more

Nominate your administrator to attend for free. Fill out the online nomination.  

Daily Schedule

7:30–8:30 a.m. Registration—coffee and tea provided
8:30–11:30 a.m. Workshop
11:30–1:00 p.m. Lunch break on your own
1:00–3:30 p.m. Workshop

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