Connect with researchers, authors, and experts to explore hot topics and strategies to build the best lessons and learning environments for your classroom, school, or district. These webinars directly connect educators to cutting-edge research and cover the following topics: high school, early childhood education, assessment, meeting rigorous standards, English language learners, and professional development.
WEBINAR (70 minutes): When Older Kids Can’t Read: What Does the Newest Research Say?—Louisa Moats, Ph.D.
WEBINAR (55 minutes): Teacher, Teacher, Don’t Go Away—Louisa Moats, Ph.D.
WEBINAR (72 minutes): I’ve Got Rhythm, I’ve Got Music: The Role of Rhythm in Phonological Processing Development—Lucy Hart Paulson, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
WEBINAR (55 minutes): What Does a Scribble Say? Writing Assessment and Instruction for Young Children—Lucy Hart Paulson, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
WEBINAR (55 minutes): A Look at the Many Layers of Questioning with Young Children—Lucy Hart Paulson, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
WEBINAR (58 minutes): Teaching the ABCs: Strategies Beyond the Letter of Week—Lucy Hart Paulson, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
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WEBINAR (58 minutes): Using Assessment and Instructional Trend Data to Define Your Next Move—Melody Ilk, M.A.
WEBINAR (49 minutes): CCSS Habits of Mind Across Tiers—Joanne Allain, M.A.
WEBINAR (60 minutes): RtI/MTSS and the Common Core: From What to Why Across the Tiers—Joanne Allain, M.A
WEBINAR (45 minutes): CCSS Reading Foundational Skills: What’s There and What’s Missing?—Linda Farrell, MBA
WEBINAR (57 minutes): Words, Words, Words: Vocabulary Instruction for English Language Learners—María Elena Argüelles, Ph.D.
WEBINAR (73 minutes): Best Practices in English Learner Instruction: The LETRS Gold Standard—Antonio Fierro
WEBINAR (46 minutes): The Power of LETRS Professional Development for Classroom Teachers, Coaches, and Principals—Melody Ilk, M.A.
WEBINAR (52 minutes): Utilizing Schools' Structures to Maximize Instructional Time and Increase Student Achievement—Pati Montgomery, Ed.S.
WEBINAR (77 minutes): The Challenging Work of Teaching Literacy: A Primer on Leadership—Louisa Moats, Ed.D.