In this edWebinar, gain strategies for teaching your students and learn why acquiring core vocabulary is critical for building foundational literacy skills.
In this edWebinar, Christy Scattarella shares how a pilot project addresses key skills that unleash a discouraged reader’s innate courage.
In this edWebinar, Terrie Noland shares information to help understand when gaps in automaticity occur in reading fluency.
In this edWebinar, learn what educators can do to counteract declines in motivation through strategies that boost motivation and impact reading achievement.
According to hillforliteracy.org, about 66% of 4th grade readers cannot read proficiently, which often translates into a growing achievement gap for these children. Why is reading such a difficult task to learn and teach? While humans are born with a natural ability for spoken language, reading is much different. In fact, Dr. Vera Blau-McCandliss, Vice President of Education and Research at Square Panda, said that reading is a relatively new and unnatural phenomenon which she described in “Reading and the Brain.”
In this edWebinar, Dr. Vera Blau-McCandliss, Vice President of Education and Research at Square Panda, focuses on the science of early reading development.
In this edWebinar, Doris Linville, M.S.Ed., Literacy Advocate at myON by Renaissance; and Carol Johnson, Ph.D., National Education Officer at Renaissance, break down each of the text complexity concepts in relation to ELL students in your classroom.
The goal of this edWebinar is to focus on specific and practical methods teachers can use in their classrooms to nurture nonfiction reading skills for students in grades three through eight.
In this edWebinar, high school co-teachers Elizabeth Hauser and Katherine Young demonstrate how to channel motivation to increase literacy skills in struggling adolescent students.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Jennifer McCarty Plucker, Literacy and Professional Learning Lead Consultant for Mackin, brings educators into the shoes of an adolescent striving reader.