In this edWebinar, attendees will learn the five critical elements for early literacy instruction that are part of DVUSD’s vision and are at the heart of its recent successes.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Gene Kerns will put these statements to the test, sharing research-based insights that challenge three common myths about nonfiction reading.
In this edWebinar, Broward’s Dr. Daryl Diamond will discuss how the district’s innovative model for professional development, combined with a cohesive approach to edtech that’s aligned with instructional objectives, led to success.
This edWebinar explores how educators can implement brilliantly simple strategies to engage early learners with technology and achieve reading success.
In this interactive edWebinar, attendees will explore, discuss, and experience research-informed, classroom-tested approaches to engage English learners in deep, close reading with big ideas and rich content, all anchored in grade-level complex text.
Attendees will learn more about the how and why of developing an equitable literacy framework, the power of access to diverse stories, and how providing students with the historical context to understand how those stories connects them to the world around them.
Learn how dyslexia impacts the reading process, and how educators can recognize the early warning signs of dyslexia at different grade levels.
Learn the benefits associated with the effective usage of large print from the perspectives of students, teachers, librarians, and administrators, including relationships with academic outcomes, as well as a regular print comparison.
As the importance and benefits of social-emotional learning (SEL) have become more widely recognized, many teachers have struggled to combine this type of learning with their required curriculum. A recent edWebinar led by Bobbi Bear, Director of Customer Advocacy for Achieve3000, identified effective ways to integrate SEL with reading instruction, through classroom conversations about nonfiction and fiction texts.
In this edWebinar, attendees will be introduced to a finite set of high-yield elements of a successful literacy program of study.