Pivot Learning and UnboundEd have created a free Equity Reset Toolkit that provides district leadership teams resources for a nine-week data collection and analysis process focused on equitable learning recovery in K-12 ELA and math. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn more about how to use the resources in the toolkit and how Pivot and UnboundEd can support your team as you work to create an equitable learning recovery plan.
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 free webinar Dr. Claude Goldenberg will share 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.
5 Tips for Adapting Choral Response to Distance Learning
Love choral response to help give students with word reading difficulties more opportunities to respond but hate the noise it makes when students are responding online? Dr. Anita Archer, author and beloved teacher of teachers, demonstrates in this video how to make choral response work when teaching remotely.
3 Ways to Encourage Distance Learning Participation for Students with Word Reading Difficulties
In this recorded conversation, Dr. Anita Archer, educational consultant, author, and beloved teacher of teachers, talks about how to adapt explicit instruction for students with word reading difficulties when distance learning. Along with the video is a free downloadable tip sheet that outlines three ways to use hold ups to encourage active participation.
Trauma, Language, and Child Development: Teaching Reading Well, IS Trauma Informed Care
Children do more than grow, they develop. They change both qualitatively and quantitatively over time to become themselves. During this on-demand webinar, Dr. Steve Dykstra, a clinical psychologist for Milwaukee County, will unpack the uniquely essential role that language and literacy play in the process of child development in the modern world, and how language and literacy interact with other factors that drive healthy development.