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Improving Literacy Growth for ELLs and Dual Language Learners Using Shared Reading • Oct. 24, 2019
Shared reading is an opportunity to support your language learners with all they need to become proficient readers. Research shows that students who are learning a new language need content and language instruction to be integrated and meaningful.
During this edWebinar, you’ll explore the ways you can support phonics, vocabulary, … Read More
Integrating SEL into Everyday Instruction • Dec. 3, 2019
Academic learning may be the explicit focus of schooling, but what teachers say, the values we express, the materials and activities we choose, and the skills we prioritize all influence how our students think, see themselves, interact with content and with others, and assert themselves in the world. While social … Read More
Teacher Wellness: How Curriculum Can Support Teacher Confidence • On-demand
In this engaging edWebinar, Kevin Baird will refocus the question of curriculum efficacy from one that looks only at student achievement to one that also considers the teacher’s sense of confidence and well-being as a classroom’s instructional leader. Instead of asking simply “How does this help students accelerate learning?”, Kevin … Read More
Rigorous Reading: Building Strength and Stamina • On-demand
Performance on any high-stakes measure of reading — whether it be a state-level summative assessment, a college entrance examination, or instructions for rescuing a computer hard drive — requires both reading strength and reading stamina. For students, these skills don’t just appear suddenly. Rather, they are attributes that have to … Read More
Using Digital Literacy to Build Unstoppable Reading Grit • On-demand
Literacy experts agree that for students to succeed in college and career goals, mastering a 1300 Lexile® level with informational text is nonnegotiable. The question is, can you create unstoppable standards mastery and content fluency when it comes to informational text for all students? Yes, you can, by tapping … Read More
Accelerate Learning for the Unique Needs of Your ELLs! • On-demand
What strengths and challenges do English language learners bring to the classroom? How can educators ensure all students achieve college and career readiness, regardless of their unique needs? In this session, literacy and bilingual education teacher Aida Allen-Rotell examines how differentiated instruction can be implemented in a systematic but flexible … Read More
Leveraging Response to Intervention Schoolwide • On-demand
With an effect size of 1.07 (Hattie, 2012), response to intervention (RTI) is a proven approach for accelerating learning for students not yet making expected progress. But school-wide systems are crucial for implementing RTI effectively, and these systems are different at the elementary and secondary levels.
Watch Nancy Frey, Professor … Read More
Developing Assessment-Capable Learners • On-demand
We all know that collective efficacy is the new number one influence on students’ learning and there is good reason for that. In part, efficacious teachers ensure that their students are assessment-capable, which means that students understand their current level of performance and compare that with the desired level of … Read More