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Attendees will leave this presentation with enlightening information and an understanding of the content, activities, and timeline for providing the missing foundations to help students learn to read.
As he explores how and why an alarming number of adults struggle with basic concepts in probability, common statistical concepts such as variance, and proportional change such as percent increase and decrease, author John Woodward will share what needs to be strengthened in math education today.
As a consequence of advocacy, many states have now adopted laws pertaining the identification and treatment of dyslexia. While recognition of dyslexia is long overdue, conflicts between scientific evidence and popular beliefs continue to complicate implementation of these well-intentioned laws. Dr. Louisa Moats, author and nationally recognized literacy expert, will address quandaries such as the definition of dyslexia, appropriate criteria for identification, teacher preparation, and selection and use of instructional approaches.
To help students juggle the necessary high- and low-level cognitive skills, teachers must be equipped to deliver explicit, sequential, and systematic writing instruction. This webinar will introduce several multisensory writing strategies, for use with students of all ages, to fill gaps you may face as a writing teacher.
Lucy Hart Paulson and Judi Dodson discuss the interrelated developmental sequences of social communication skills and ways to create nurturing classrooms that foster social emotional learning.
Early identification and early literacy intervention are key to improving student outcomes, but many educators do not have the tools they need to address the literacy challenges these students face. This eye-opening presentation will explore this problem as well as solutions, and will share strategies that can be used immediately in the classroom to raise student achievement.
Andrea Samadi, a former classroom teacher and education specialist, shares ideas to help struggling readers skyrocket literacy in the classroom. "Are You Using These Nine Brain-Aligned Strategies?" will focus on some of the most common hurdles students face at the intermediate/advanced level with reading acquisition.
Samadi will explore these brain-aligned solutions along with examples of how to implement each strategy in the classroom.
Listen, watch, and learn as author Marilyn Sprick shares strategies designed to help educators transform struggling readers into students who read with confidence and for enjoyment. This accomplished educator and successful literacy trainer explores the challenges and solutions surrounding why some students struggle—and how to turn that struggle into success.
Catching literacy issues early is the key to creating lifelong readers; Early Childhood Educators are the first line of offense. Early identification and early literacy intervention are key to improving student outcomes, but the truth is—many educators do not graduate from college equipped with the tools they need to address the literacy learning challenges these students face. This eye-opening presentation will explore this problem as well as solutions and will share strategies that can be used immediately in the classroom to facilitate young students’ literacy learning.