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.
In this research-driven edWebinar, Jan Bryan, Ed.D., National Education Officer at Renaissance, presents essential insights into how the right reading practice will lead to substantial gains in student growth.
In this edWebinar, Instructional Coach Billy Spicer shares practices to learn how to unpack students’ current mindset around reading.
In this edWebinar, Mike Marotta, a RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional, will share a broad range of low- and high-tech applications and tools to support struggling readers in these grades when it comes to keeping up with classroom assignments.
In this edWebinar, Terrie Noland, National Director, Educator Engagement, Learning Ally, debunks popular myths of audiobooks related to academic success.
Personalized learning for struggling readers can be timesaving and easy to execute. Finding patterns and honing in on students’ reading skill deficits will quickly point educators to the appropriate intervention. In “Timesaving Strategies for Selecting Interventions for Struggling Readers,” Cindy Kanuch, Reading Specialist at Calhan Elementary School, presented tips on working to address skill deficits in the most efficient and effective manner, which in some situations can help students improve in as soon as one to two weeks.