Young Learners and Literacy: Top Ways Educators Can Encourage, Intervene, and Make a Lasting Impact

 

 

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In America’s schools, many of our youngest learners are falling behind in reading. As educators, it is imperative to quickly identify a student who is struggling and help them before they fall too far behind. In this insightful and applicable webinar, we will explore a list of strategies and ideas you can use to help avoid literacy struggles, build strong readers from the start, and encourage a love of reading that translates into academic success as students move from elementary school, to middle school, and beyond. We will discuss research-based practices and intervention methods, as well as:

  • Techniques to make reading part of a young learner’s daily routine
  • New strategies to involve families and friends in building literacy
  • The importance of using differentiated lessons that allow teachers to respond to specific student needs
  • How to help even the youngest learners find formats, authors, and and illustrators they will enjoy
  • How to overcome lack of teacher time to give students the attention they need
  • Why efficient and research-based intervention is key

If you have K–5 students who have not made adequate progress in core reading instruction, register for this helpful webinar and learn about new strategies, ideas, and the resources you can use to make an impact on literacy success.

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Pam Austin

Shannon McClintock Miller

Educator, Author, and Award-Winning Blogger

 

 

 

Pam Austin

Product Marketing Manager, Voyager Sopris Learning; Former Literacy Specialist for the Center of Development and Learning, and Educator, New Orleans Public School System


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