Whether through Professional Learning Communities, Communities of Practice, or Learning Collectives, working in a group is a powerful way to enhance learning. When we work and learn together, our collaboration pushes us beyond the limits of independent learning and results in dynamic, rewarding learning.
Curious about the power of syllable types? Read on to explore effective ways to incorporate syllable-types into your instruction, along with two free resources.
On February 14th, 2024, at 7pm EST, Peggy Price will be discussing common myths and misinformation about how we learn to read and the ways in which our brains work to enable reading.
Reading comprehension is the ultimate goal we have for our students. These professional learning opportunities and resources can help clarify reading comprehension and how best to tailor our instruction to allow students the opportunity to practice strategies that result in thorough comprehension.
Anyone who chooses to become a teacher and devotes years to an undergraduate or graduate degree in education deserves to be taught evidence-based instruction with adequate mentoring and support.
Recent articles on the science of reading and reports on the latest research.