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Defy the stereotypes and see students for their potential, not their inability to read; let’s empower each teacher to change lives; let’s recognize each district for its ability to build a better literacy program. Dr. Louisa Moats and administrators from Newport News Public Schools share how they built an adolescent reading program that empowers educators and students alike. Presenters:
* Louisa Moats, Ed.D.: Literacy Expert, Author, LETRS and LANGUAGE! Live
* Lee Vreeland, Ed.D.: Vice President of Academics, An Achievable Dream, Inc., Newport News, VA
* Amy Runge, Ed.D.: Director of Curriculum and Collegiate Services, An Achievable Dream, Inc., Newport News, VA
Access to timely information and communication tools empowers educators to focus on the individual needs of their students, and lead to a wealth of benefits while helping to develop a strong learning community.
Always dynamic and fascinating, Alan November leads this exploration of the potent new culture of empowered teaching and fearless learning.
Create a successful path to algebra for struggling students through conceptual understanding and problem solving.
LETRS is a course of study that addresses the structures of English language, the cognitive processes of learning to read, and the teaching practices proven to be most effective in preventing and remediating reading difficulties, including dyslexia. LETRS is relevant and applicable regardless of the literacy programs already in use within your school, district, and state. LETRS is designed to be the cornerstone of a multiyear, systemic literacy improvement initiative.
How can educators overcome the cycle of poverty that limits student literacy achievement in some demographic areas?
Dr. Diane Vautrot shares her experiences leading a reading initiative in a public school system in a culture of poverty in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and how the district made dramatic improvements in reading levels, including for students with severe reading disabilities.
Without the right intervention tools, it’s nearly impossible to turn a struggling reader into a grade-level success. But with the right program in place, combined with effective teaching strategies, students can make remarkable gains.
This presentation shares best practices for fostering literacy skills in students who struggle, and explores how to select a reading intervention program that will take your struggling readers to new levels of literacy success.
Learn why and how high-quality professional development impacts student literacy during this timely webinar. Learn how the new LETRS improves teacher instruction with flexible, online training and embedded video that show you how to apply everything you learn.
MORE means keeping adolescents engaged and making literacy gains, which can be a complex endeavor. However, the right approach is key. Download the “Five Essential Elements of an Adolescent ELA Program” infographic here, which illustrates what your students need to be successful – and why. Print and hang this colorful poster in your work area as a guide.
Confident and Empowered: Since the City School District of New Rochelle began using TransMath, student confidence and class participation has improved. - Tech & Learning article from October 25, 2017.