Presented by Jaime True Daley, Ed.D., Senior Associate Director of Literacy, University of Delaware
Presented by Tammy Miller, Vice President of North America, Readable English; and Becky Mungle, Principal, Templeton Elementary School, Monroe County Community School Corporation (IN)
Presented by Corinne Viglietta, Associate Director of Education, Folger Shakespeare Library; Dr. Peggy O’Brien, Director of Education, Folger Shakespeare Library; and Noelle Cammon, English Teacher, Heritage High School, Perris Union High School District (CA)
Presented by D. Lacy Asbill, Founding Director, Reading with Relevance
Moderated by Terrie Noland, CALP, Doctoral Candidate, Ph.D. in Literacy
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 Kathleen Colburn, Senior Product Manager, Read&Write; and Diana Petschauer, Managing Director and AT Consultant, Assistive Technology for Education
This edWebinar will discuss why educators should trust the Science of Reading to inform reading instruction and how this gold-standard evidence is applied in the classroom through Structured Literacy.
Presented by Terrie Noland, CALP, Doctoral Candidate, Ph.D. in Literacy
Presented by Erik Palmer, Author, Speaker, and Advisor on HMH Into Reading and HMH Into Literature
Presented by Jacqueline Barber, Associate Director, University of California, Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science