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Improving Outcomes for Adolescents with Word Reading Difficulties
Adolescents need strong reading skills in order to fully access content-area curricula and prepare for success after high school. Yet 30% of students in upper grades read below basic. In part one of a conversation with Pivot Learning, Linda Diamond — author of the Teaching Reading Sourcebook — shares some of the reasons why reading scores for adolescents have decreased since 2015 and provides recommendations to educators for effective intervention.
High-quality instructional materials are one of the key levers for increasing outcomes for all students. Our Curriculum Implementation Project Planning Toolkit provides a roadmap and resources to implement curricula effectively and ensure instructional equity.
MTSS: Designing and Implementing Interventions for Mathematics Learning
MTSS is a data-driven prevention framework that uses screening and progress monitoring assessments to identify and support the individual learning needs of students. But how can MTSS be used specifically to improve learning outcomes in mathematics? Join this webinar to deepen your understanding of MTSS and its application in math instruction to ensure all learners have equitable opportunities for success.
Using the Science of Reading to Improve Literacy Instruction for English Learners
Learning to read and developing as a reader is more complicated in a language you are simultaneously learning to speak and understand than in a language you already know well orally. This is one of the most significant challenges faced by millions of English learners (ELs) who are not in bilingual programs, as well as by their teachers. During this recorded webinar Dr. Claude Goldenberg shares how the science of reading can be applied to teaching ELs to read and write in English.
2 Ways to Adapt Partner Responses to Distance Learning
Partner responses may seem impossible when students are online and not sitting next to each other in a classroom but Dr. Anita Archer, author and beloved teacher of teachers, offers a few work arounds in a video conversation with Pivot Learning.