IMPORTANT: Registration will close two business days prior to the event. Virtual meeting links and information will be emailed the business day before.
Virtual sign-in & tech support begin 15 minutes prior to event start time.
Target Audience: Teachers grades K-6, Intervention specialists K-8, SLPs, Elementary administrators, curriculum directors, literacy/building coaches, school psychologists, Special Education Directors
Is your literacy instruction aligned to Ohio's Plan to Raise Literacy Achievement? Are you looking for evidence-based strategies that cover the 5-Big Ideas of Reading? The science of reading is a body of research that incorporates insights and research from disciplines that include developmental psychology, educational psychology, cognitive science, and cognitive neuroscience. The science of reading has demonstrated the methods that best help children learn to read. In this five-part series, participants will understand and implement instructional strategies and interventions based on The Science of Reading in the areas of Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension. Participants will also gain knowledge of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) through screening and diagnostic assessments, as well as how to set up decision rules for each tier of support. Time will be spent reflecting on current and future practices and the creation of instructional learning strategies.
**Participants must commit to attending all five sessions.**
Registering for Session I will register you for all sessions in this series.
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