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Stephanie Gottwald will examine how the newest research into the reading brain can help you meet the needs of your struggling readers.
Watch this video to see how younger students are introduced to this engaging, online reading program.
Research over a number of years has indicated that a almost any child can learn to read, yet only one third are proficient, according to NAEP. Teachers across the country are fighting a losing battle in teaching literacy without the proper training and resources—the truth is teachers are working hard but need literacy-specific tools and training to impact student outcomes and change this statistic.
This helpful presentation, which uses information from Scarborough's Reading Rope, will help literacy educators "learn the Rope" to teach reading. Educator Carolyn Gore of Caddo Public Schools and Toni Backstrom of Voyager Sopris Learning will discuss blended learning approaches, online resources, and other tools designed to make teachers more effective and efficient in the way they teach reading. The presenters will explore the various strands of the 'Rope' and will demystify common misunderstandings while sharing best practices. Join us and see how you can help every student become a proficient reader!
This is the second of a two part webinar that looks at problem solving and its connection to the world of work. This webinar will contain many examples of how students can engage in a variety of real world problems that vary in length and difficulty. A recent IES publication on problem solving for grades 4 to 8 will serve as a backdrop for these examples. The webinar will also emphasize statistics and probability content standards as well as relevant mathematical practices.
Learn what it takes to switch from teaching math to teaching algebraic thinking—concepts, skills, steps, procedures, and standards. Explore why algebraic thinking is often difficult for students, ways to build it into instruction, and why it’s all necessary.
View evidence from research about age-appropriate preschool instruction and guided practices that are common characteristics of high-quality preschool programs and learn ways to establish developmental readiness in young children so they are prepared for the increasing rigor and performance expectations in kindergarten.
Growth mindset suggests that if students are taught that intelligence is malleable—instead of fixed at birth—they will tackle harder problems, persist longer when facing difficult tasks, and, ultimately, learn more. Unfortunately, most educational technology hasn’t caught up with this research. Join us to discuss how technology can help students take on growth mindset and how you can teach students cognitive skills that will serve them in their lifelong journey of learning.
This report elaborates on how Velocity works. Since Velocity is so different, we start with a machine learning primer and a brief review of the Enlearn Learning Platform that powers the machine learning in Velocity. Next, the ELA content will be discussed since it was developed to support Velocity, not repurposed from a previous program.
Fast-Tracking the School Improvement Process:Strategic Planning, Administrative Leadership, Staff Collaboration, and Student Success