This edWebinar will discuss ways to shift towards feedback-centered writing instruction, all in an effort to save time on grading and encourage student writing growth.
Just for early childhood educators, this edWebinar is chock full of fun, just-right activities that build oral language and early reading and writing skills.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Sharon Corkrum will take you on a writing journey where you will learn effective writing strategies that you can use in your classroom.
In this interactive edWebinar, participants will explore, discuss, and experience research-informed, classroom-tested approaches for writing in the content area of mathematics, with both ELs and non ELs, because we know that all students are mathematics language learners.
Too often when teachers say they are teaching writing, they mean that they are assigning writing work to their students, but they aren’t actually helping students master the fundamentals. From grammar and spelling basics to writing thesis statements and revising drafts, every step of the process is essential for developing confident writers who can effectively communicate their ideas. Based on several research reports, Jenny Hamilton, M.Ed., an independent literacy consultant, has identified best practices for writing education, which she shared in the recent edWebinar, “Strategies for Building Proficient K–12 Writers.” Overall, the goal is to break down writing into its essential elements, giving students the opportunity to master them before drafting essays and reports.
This is an introductory edWebinar and perfect for educators who want a refresher on readiness strategies and why handwriting is still important.
Join Kevin Baird, Chairman of the Board at the nonprofit Center for College and Career Readiness, for an interactive webinar about the critical role of discussion and debate in building strong literacy skills.
In this webinar from the Writing Readiness Project and IXL Learning, participants walk away with immediately actionable strategies for coaching teachers, aligning curricula, and tweaking classroom instruction to increase alignment and accelerate student fluency in writing.
In this session, participants will explore alternatives to the traditional research paper that will engage students with the research process while challenging them to document their learning using innovative tools and meeting rigorous expectations.
Participants will discover research related to the discrepancies in reading and writing scores between boys and girls, and how to bring boys to books.