Join this edWebinar to discover where to go to understand what science tells us about reading instruction and get inspired to motivate others around you.
Join this edWebinar to learn about the foundational reading skills that are critical for reading development and review the science behind these skills.
This edWebinar will give insights to the science of reading, components of structured literacy, and strategies for implementing a structured literacy program.
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.
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, Dr. Rob Furman will give insight into how you can engage young readers in today’s digital world.
In this edWebinar learn how assistive technology allows students to access and master grade-level curricula even if they have dyslexia.
There are four lies/misconceptions about struggling readers that have become embedded in school systems, said Terrie Noland, Vice President of Educator Initiatives at Learning Ally during a recent edWebinar, “School leaders are just following along and are starting to believe them.” These misconceptions are having a detrimental impact on struggling readers, and school leaders need to set the tone and build a school culture where best practices and evidence-based research are shared to create a system of support for all readers.
This edWebinar explains why stories can have a physical impact on the brain, and how moments of deep learning and engagement can have transformational impacts on students.