Reading fluently involves reading with appropriate rate, expression, and phrasing. Learn about how to assess fluency, the necessary foundational skills that underlie fluency, and how you can implement instructional strategies to support your students’ development of fluency.
Update and refresh your understanding of phonological and phonemic awareness in this 90 minute session. Why and how are speech sounds important in learning to read and write? Sign up for this interactive workshop to explore the answer to that question and more.
As educational practices become more centered around the Science of Reading, it can be difficult to know how to shift IEP goals to reflect the evidence-based practices used in instruction. Learning how to write IEP goals that are clearly aligned with the Science of Reading benefits everyone: students, families, and educators.
Learn practical strategies for how to analyze student data through case studies and how to respond instructionally based on student strengths and areas of need. Join nationally recognized assessment expert Dr. Melissa Farrall for a series of workshops on assessing student strengths and areas of need, determining interventions, linking assessment data to instruction, and identifying how to respond instructionally with evidence-based strategies.
Learn how we can grow strong readers and writers with these pre-recorded webinars from our Literacy Champions symposium. Join Louisa Moats, Ed.D. and Nancy Mather, Ph.D. as they unpack decades of research. Be a literacy champion!
What’s the best way to deliver Orton-Gillingham (OG) lessons online? The Director of the Stern Center’s OG Institute, Peggy Price, M.Ed., Fellow/OGA, shows you how in these two recorded one-hour webinars. Peggy also reviews free and discounted online products and resources you can share with your students.