When children receive high-quality literacy instruction aligned to the Science of Reading in classrooms that incorporate culturally responsive instruction, systemic barriers to educational equity begin to break down.
Tune in to this powerful on-demand webinar to hear Zaretta Hammond, author of the best-selling book Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain, discuss:
- The natural synergy between the Science of Reading and culturally responsive instruction
- The top three misconceptions about the Science of Reading and culturally responsive instruction
- Why just having more diverse literature isn’t enough and what’s also needed
- How to set up older striving readers for success and accelerate reading development using three basic culturally responsive teaching techniques
Don’t miss this chance to gain insight into how to provide instruction that gives all students, including those who have historically been marginalized, the opportunity to become strong readers and the tools to pursue college and career paths that improve social and economic outcomes.
Educational Consultant and Author of Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain