If young students say the letter R makes a /rih/ sound and M makes the /muh/ sound, there is a strong chance they might have trouble learning to read. While they studied the letters A to Z and their sounds, they probably cannot link them to actual words.
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 Terrie Noland, CALP, Doctoral Candidate, Ph.D. in Literacy
Dr. Jan Hasbrouck shares the latest research on dyslexia and explains how it can be used to guide effective and comprehensive instruction.
Presented by John Lant, CEO, 4 Weeks to Read; Cheryl Lant, Founder, 4 Weeks to Read; and Kelly Jensen, Curriculum Director, Palmdale School District, CA
Presented by Nanci K. Shepardson, M.S.Ed., Ed.S. W.D.P., Senior Educational Technologist, Wilson Language Training
This edWebinar will explore ways to integrate assistive technology (AT) into virtual instruction that can benefit struggling readers in their general education classes as well as their special education services.
This edWebinar will emphasize tools and techniques for virtual teaching—and include candid sharing about what does and doesn’t work.
In this edWebinar, attendees will understand how to implement tiered instruction, learn strategies for aligning instruction so students receive consistency regardless of where it’s taking place, and discover resources for instruction, assessment and data management.
Dr. Tracy Johnson has lived a life with dyslexia. She understands how students with dyslexia are dealing with the pressures of education.