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. Learn how to write IEP goals that are clearly aligned to the Science of Reading benefits everyone: students, families, and educators.
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.
A convenient four-day series of live virtual seminars that will deepen your knowledge of assessment and help you gain a better understanding of the fundamentals of testing. Join nationally recognized assessment expert, Dr. Melissa Farrall, for a series of case-study investigations that will serve as a vehicle for learning about assessing student strengths and weaknesses, determining interventions, linking assessment data to instruction, and building effective strategies to support all students.
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!
Abby Roy, School Psychologist, shares practical strategies to help parents (and teachers!) know what to say and do to help children manage frustration, think flexibly, and learn the self-regulation skills they need to be happy and healthy. Together, we can be the parents we wish to be for our children.