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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.
In 2018, Emily Hanford began an investigation into reading instruction in the U.S. Her reporting for American Public Media added fuel to a long-simmering debate about phonics-based instruction versus a whole language approach to teaching reading. During this on-demand webinar Ms. Hanford takes a deep dive into what she’s learned.
Equity Issues Related to Serving Students with Dyslexia
Pivot Learning’s Dr. Monica Ng and CORE’s Dr. Carrie Thomas Beck kicked off Dyslexia Awareness Month with a conversation with Dr. Sherril English, Clinical Associate Professor at Southern Methodist University, about how school systems can reduce barriers so that all students, including those experiencing difficulties with reading, can receive the support they need to become successful readers.
What Does Good Instruction Look Like for Students with Dyslexia: A Systems and Classroom View
Students with mild to moderate dyslexia can be well served in the general education setting provided that literacy instruction is explicit, systematic and evidence-based. Watch this on-demand webinar to gain a deeper understanding of the characteristics of dyslexia and other types of word reading difficulties and instructional practices that will help students with these reading challenges become strong readers.
Tips and Tricks for Presenting Intervention Virtually for Students with Word Reading Difficulties
Whether learning in-person or remotely, students with word reading difficulties, including dyslexia, require explicit, systematic, evidence-based instruction and intervention. This hour-long video provides educators with tips and tricks for how to continue presenting high-quality reading interventions virtually. How to use a free downloadable virtual lesson planning template is presented in the video.