This edWebinar will bring you new ideas about methods and strategies for acceleration, including why to take the long view with students performing below grade level, real acceleration initiatives from successful districts, and why making learning meaningful is a game changer.
In this edWebinar Michelle Luhtala and Melissa Thom will share innovative ideas that will get learners of all ages engaged in reading!
Teachers from previous decades may have focused on “What did I teach?” but the new focus is “What did the students learn?” Whether classroom resources are digital or not, educators can collect data every day to inform their instruction. In the presentation “Authentic Learning Starts with Informed Instruction” Michael Haggen, Chief Academic Officer at Scholastic Education, and Suzanne Lucas, Vice President of Product Marketing for Scholastic Education Digital Solutions, discussed how teachers can use formal and informal data to guide ELA lessons and make sure all students are receiving the education they need.
This edWebinar discusses discusses why 66% of eighth-grade students in the United States cannot read proficiently and what educators can do right now to combat this crisis.
This edWebinar shares dynamic new strategies for helping our students “tame the wild text” all throughout the year and master all the new ways we read.
In this edWebinar, learn to identify misconceptions about stuggling readers, and strategies to provide improved learning opportunities for all students.
In this edWebinar, learn how to help restore the broken connection between words and struggling readers through various methods.
In this edWebinar, learn how to help students analyze information, respond to online claims and argue with evidence using the free platform KQED Learn.
In this edWebinar, Sharon Plante discusses various tools that can support differentiated and individualized engagement during small group reading.
In this edWebinar, presented by Gene Kerns, Ed.D., Chief Academic Officer at Renaissance, learn about students’ ongoing reading growth and student literacy.