Presented by Lindsay Kemeny, First Grade Teacher; and Stacy Hurst, Chief Academic Advisor at Reading Horizons and Assistant Professor of Reading at Southern Utah University
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into the impact of school closures on students’ academic skills and strategies to address the learning loss within a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework.
Lexia Learning’s Chief Learning Officer Dr. Liz Brooke’s steadfast determination to ensure students of all abilities can become successful readers and confident learners continues to be the driving force behind all of her work. According to Brooke in a recent edWebinar, during this time of remote and distance learning, “There have been various levels of implementation, fidelity, and various levels of learning happening.”
In this edWebinar, school and district leadership will learn strategies for developing remote learning contingency plans that not only address current needs and concerns but maintain the rigor and focus on long-term student outcomes.
Learn why small group instruction is an optimal way for teachers to support striving readers while keeping them in the classroom reading community.
In this edWebinar, discover family-friendly STEM activities that you can share with your students’ families, your neighbors, and your own kids!
In this edWebinar, discover how a collective effort combining schools, community leaders, and local organizations can minimize summer learning loss.
In this edWebinar, Mary Ann Scheuer, Teacher Librarian at Berkeley USD, CA, will present research findings from a 2016 study looking at the effect of adding a listening component to literacy instruction—in school and at home.
In this webinar, presented by the TIME For Kids community on edWeb.net, Lisa Callahan discussed motivating students to apply their “school year” knowledge all summer long.