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Jason Dehart
Dr. Jason DeHart
Teacher, Wilkes Central High School, Wilkesboro, NC
Part 1: More with Purpose: Intentional Reading with Older Readers
May 23, 2023

The clock is ticking, the days on the calendar are drawing short, and every teacher knows time is limited. For all readers, every moment in the classroom is critical; this imperative is certainly true for the older reader.

  • Literacy
  • Reading
Dr. John Woodward
Dr. John Woodward
Author of TransMath®
What Does ChatGPT Have to Do with It? Technology and Today’s Math Classroom
May 11, 2023

If you haven’t heard about ChatGPT since its public introduction late last fall, you’re rare. If you have heard about it, you’re likely to be intrigued, confused, and possibly alarmed by what it can do.

  • ChatGPT
  • Math
Trevor Muir
Trevor Muir
Teacher, Author, International Speaker, and Project-Based Learning Expert
Fostering Literacy and Empathy Through Service Learning
April 25, 2023

I once invited a refugee from Rwanda to be a guest speaker for my ELA/social studies class. She shared how she lost her entire family during the Rwandan genocide and was forced to live in a refugee camp for 17 years with no running water or electricity.

  • Literacy
  • Service Learning
Antonio Sacre
Antonio Sacre
Storyteller, Author, and Educator, UCLA Lab School
Improving Literacy Through Storytelling
April 13, 2023

I stepped into the classroom for the first time at the Lab School on the campus of the University of California in Los Angeles more than a decade ago and did what I do best: I told stories.

  • Literacy
Pam Kastner, Ed.D
Dr. Pam Kastner
Educational Consultant at the Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN) Harrisburg
Phonemic Awareness and Letter/Sound Associations: Practices for Teachers
April 6, 2023

Learning to read is one of the most complex and important skills we will create in our lives. Human brains were never wired to read.

  • Letter Associations
  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Sound Associations
Dr. Stephanie Stollar
Dr. Stephanie Stollar
Founder of Stephanie Stollar Consulting L.L.C.
and creator of The Reading Science Academy
Removing Barriers and Paving the Way: The School Leader's Role in Using the Science of Reading to Improve Outcomes for All Students
March 30, 2023

School leaders hold the keys to unlocking literacy for young learners. However, like other educators, many school principals don't have deep knowledge of how the brain learns to read, effective instructional practices in the essential early literacy skills, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), and identifying and serving students with reading disabilities.

  • MTSS