Your school has made headway on literacy development. Students are reading more and thinking critically about what they write. And then there’s, well, a pandemic. Teaching and learning move out of the classroom into the virtual world, putting literacy gains at risk. How do you continue developing your students’ reading and writing skills from afar? How do they avoid the COVID slide potential?
Presented by Danielle Mastrogiovanni, Supervisor of Humanities, New Brunswick Public Schools (NJ); Michelle Hagerty Silano, Reading Specialist, New Brunswick Public Schools (NJ); Stephanie Miele, Teacher, New Brunswick Public Schools (NJ); and Jessica DeLuca, First Grade Teacher, New Brunswick Public Schools (NJ)
Presented by Erik Palmer, Author, Speaker, and Advisor on HMH Into Reading and HMH Into Literature
In this edWebinar, you’ll experience demonstrations of various free and low-cost tools that support anywhere, anytime reading for students of all abilities, whether they are learning in the classroom or on couches.
Join Megan Edwards from KIPP St. Louis Schools as she walks us through her plan to get ready for reading—no matter what happens next.
While printed books aren’t going away, today’s kids are wired to think digital first. Combined with increasing ways for teachers, students, and authors to interact online, digital reading is allowing students to connect with content on a deeper level. In their presentation, sponsored by Mackin Educational Resources, “The Transformative Power of Digital Reading,” Michelle Luhtala, Library Department Chair, New Canaan High School (CT), and Jane Lofton, Teacher Librarian “In the Wild,” offered tools and strategies for effective engagement with digital sources.
In this edWebinar, the presenters will challenge participants to see beyond substituting print with PDF text and open doors to engaging interactive reading adventures for learners of all abilities and ages.