Shared Expertise on Structured Literacy and Student Success

Explicit, systematic, and cumulative instruction in the essential elements of reading is key to helping all students learn to read. Structured Literacy is endorsed by the International Dyslexia Association’s Board of Directors, and conforms to IDA’s Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading.

Join us as respected thought leaders explore Structured Literacy and share teaching strategies surrounding its use. These insightful webinars will help you gain valuable knowledge on why Structured Literacy is essential to reading instruction, the key structures and content of structured literacy, common myths and misconceptions, procedures for teaching, and more. Register now!

Structured Literacy Series

John Alexander
John Alexander

Literacy Culture Change: A Case Example

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Changing a school’s literacy culture is difficult, especially when the change requires a deep examination of the weaknesses of an existing program. This webinar will explore a real-life example of how a school was able to make the shift from viewing the teaching of reading through a whole language lens to one of evidence and science. Participants will learn how the school made a systematic change in reading philosophy and adopted the components of an effective literacy program in just one year. The discussion will include an in-depth examination of student outcomes before and after the year of change.

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Louisa Moats
Dr. Louisa Moats

Explicit Language Teaching is the Heart of Structured Literacy

Renowned literacy expert and author Dr. Louisa Moats speaks to a topic that she knows intricately: Structured Literacy. Dr. Moats identifies the content and procedures for teaching Structured Literacy, and presents examples of how to teach phoneme awareness, morphological awareness, phoneme-grapheme correspondences, and syllable patterns within an explicit lesson framework.

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Louise Spear Swerling
Dr. Louise Spear-Swerling

Structured Literacy: Strategies for At-Risk and Struggling Readers

Structured Literacy approaches are receiving increasing attention for their effectiveness in helping at-risk and poor readers learn to read and write well. Join literacy expert Dr. Louise Spear-Swerling as she discusses the key features and content of Structured Literacy approaches, examines the myths surrounding Structured Literacy, and shares some examples of Structured Literacy activities and techniques that educators can use immediately in the classroom.

Attendees will learn:

  • Some ways that Structured Literacy (SL) approaches differ from other approaches to teaching literacy
  • Why SL approaches are especially valuable for at-risk and poor readers
  • Why incorporating certain features of SL into general education programs could benefit many children, not only poor readers
  • Some sample SL activities for teaching decoding, spelling, text reading, and written expression

We hope you will join us for this insightful webinar.

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Structured Literacy Resources

Learn more about interventions for dyslexia, as well as programs and resources we offer that support Structured Literacy.

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