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Join this webinar and see how one teacher and her students are celebrating I AM MORE, the contest that allows us all to showcase how every student’s skills can be used to become all they dream possible.
Learn how to help educators become confident (and effective) teachers of reading, spelling, and language and the dynamic interconnection of reading development, structure of language, and assessment of individual differences.
Does your district’s curriculum meet the quality of evidence required in the new ESSA standards? Do you know what to look for when reviewing new curriculum?
Alisa Dorman discusses the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and explores four key evidence types—anecdotal, descriptive, correlational, and causal—along with how to use each when reviewing the quality and strength of curriculum studies. Understanding these differences is important for educators as they become more critical consumers through evidence-based research.
When teachers understand the WHY behind the HOW of teaching reading, students make greater gains and are on track for lifelong success.
Administrators from Rapides Parish School Board in Louisiana join Dr. Moats to discuss how they are achieving incredible K–3 literacy results and improving reading proficiency.
Dr. John Woodward shares a contemporary look at the relationship between math curriculum and professional development that increases teacher knowledge while improving student growth.
Why do schools need a big-picture plan that involves professional development for literacy?
In this webinar, Dr. Tolman and Ms. Teat share how you can equip educators with skills to teach reading and writing effectively. They explore the 'why' of literacy planning, identify expected outcomes, and review commonalities all school leaders should consider when planning literacy professional development.
How are you using digital tools to meet the needs of students in your classroom?
Dr. Burns shares strategies on how to integrate technology in the classroom with simple solutions you can implement immediately for long-term, sustainable change in your school. Learn how to make the most of the digital tools in your classroom, whether you have access to just one device or multiple devices, including Chromebooks, tablets, laptops, or interactive whiteboards.
Dr. Tolman shares invaluable insight into why teachers must be properly equipped to teach reading effectively. She also details why and how high-quality professional development impacts student literacy.
PLUS: Learn how the new LETRS® improves teacher instruction with flexible online training, text, face-to-face sessions, and facilitators.
Dr. Monica Burns shares ten tips on how to differentiate using high-interest reading materials. This edWebinar provides an overview of differentiated instruction and strategies you can tailor for your own classroom. The goal of this presentation is to leave you with actionable ideas that are scaleable for different grade levels and customizable for different classrooms.
Monica Burns, curriculum and educational technology consultant