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Making the Common Core State Standards obtainable and teachable requires that the literacy standards be "unpacked" into manageable pieces for both the teacher and the students, and the best instructional practices be utilized, remembering that "the standards cannot be caught; they must be taught"
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.
Stephanie Gottwald will examine how the newest research into the reading brain can help you meet the needs of your struggling readers.
Learn how to integrate brief, diagnostic reading comprehension measures into a prevention-oriented decision-making model to ensure healthy literacy outcomes for all elementary students.
Dr. Roland Good shares recommendations and practices for using DIBELS Next data to inform instruction. DIBELS Next measures indicate whether a student is on track for reading success and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions. Discover new ways to make specific adjustments to an individual student’s instructional path or confirm the effectiveness of current modifications. Learn how to interpret individual student data and modify teaching techniques to improve reading skills.
This webinar provides practical, evidence-based methods for managing classrooms so that teachers have multiple opportunities to work with young learners in small groups. The explicit instruction and teacher-supported collaborative conversations during small-group activities provide opportunities for developing pre-reading and pre-writing skills for speaking, listening, and oral language.
Questioning with young children in shared storybook reading and in our day-to-day conversations is an important and valuable way to facilitate expanded oral language skills, deeper listening comprehension, and higher-order thinking skills. There are multiple layers to the questions we use and considerations for what types of questions are appropriate in early literacy settings with preschool and kindergarten children.This webinar will describe the layers of questions and what research suggests for questioning routines in our early childhood classrooms.