Take your structured literacy know-how to the next level and help support every reader. The Stern Center’s Structured Literacy Collaborative II—a new Lead to read offering—goes beyond the fundamentals, giving you the in-depth knowledge and specialized support you need to improve literacy outcomes in your classroom. The Collaborative empowers educators with evidence-based literacy practices, data-based decision-making, informative workshops, and transformative coaching.
Gain the knowledge and support you need to improve literacy outcomes in your classroom and meet the literacy needs of every student. The Stern Center’s Structured Literacy Collaborative empowers educators with evidence-based literacy practices, data-based decision-making, informative workshops, and transformative coaching.
Deepen your understanding of English orthography—the conventions and rules of our writing system, including spelling. Appropriate for teachers, parents, and even teenagers curious about the “rules” behind some English spellings, this lively two-hour virtual workshop will cover the seven spelling rules and how to teach them in the early elementary grades. It will also address basic principles of direct and explicit spelling instruction that maximize learning opportunities for elementary students.
Learn practical strategies for building thriving and effective multi-tiered systems of support. Join nationally recognized assessment expert and Stern Center Director of Evaluation, Dr. Melissa Farrall, for a series of workshops on assessing student strengths and weaknesses, determining interventions, linking assessment data to instruction, and boosting the effectiveness of collaborating teams.
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!
MindPlay’s Comprehensive Reading Course was developed by leading literacy experts to give teachers, special educators, school psychologists, speech-language pathologists, and anyone who wants to expand their knowledge of effective reading and spelling instruction, a strong foundation in reading science.