In this edWebinar Michelle Luhtala and Melissa Thom will share innovative ideas that will get learners of all ages engaged in reading!
This edWebinar with Dr. Joyce King and Dr. Helen Teague will examine the importance of early literacy in order to support the long-term success of students.
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, discover the most actionable insights from this year’s What Kids Are Reading report—along with steps for boosting engagement.
In this edWebinar, learn how to help restore the broken connection between words and struggling readers through various methods.
“While we (teachers) are not always comfortable with technology, we need to think about students first and work through our challenges to make things better for them,” said Sharon Plante, Director of Technology for the Southport School, Southport, CT, during a recent edWebinar. She emphasizes that meeting the needs of students with learning disabilities through the use of technology “can make reading instruction a multi-sensory process that is engaging and explicit while maintaining the individualization and diagnostic-prescriptive aspects of the lesson.”
In this edWebinar, Carol Garboden Murray, MSEd, demonstrates how to use American Sign Language (ASL) while engaging children with songs and felt stories.
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.