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Word Recognition: Phoneme/ Grapheme Knowledge and Orthographic Mapping: Part I

In this workshop, Tamar Greenwell, M.S., CCC-SLP, examines how explicit teaching of phonemes and graphemes in a sequential and structured manner...

Word Recognition: Phoneme/Grapheme Knowledge and Orthographic Mapping Part II

The decoding strand of the reading rope addresses how readers recognize words. The alphabetic principle states letters and letter patterns...

Language Comprehension: Why Morphology Matters

Morphological awareness refers to the ability to manipulate morphemes and utilize word formation rules. This workshop with Chenell Loudermill, PhD,...

Revealing the Reading Brain

Michelle Elia believes that teachers are neurosurgeons, and after viewing this on-demand workshop, you will, too! Dive into this overview of the...

Introduction to the Science of Reading: On-Demand Workshop

Dr. Kelly Jean Williams from IU's School of Education presents an overview of the Science of Reading. Slides from this presentationHandout of...

The Knowledge Gap: What It Is and How to Narrow It

This presentation, facilitated by Natalie Wexler, author of The Knowledge Gap, will explain why it’s important to start building...

Understanding and Planning with WIDA ACCESS Scores

Take a guided tour with Erica Sponberg through a WIDA ACCESS score report to understand its components. Then, the session will focus on actionable...

Myths and Mysteries of Memorization

Join IDOE's Tara Bohn and Andrea Washington as they explore myths around sight words and word walls and how to shift those ideas based on...

Unpacking ILEARN Results for Conversation and Action

This session, led by Lynn Schemel, Mary Williams, and Andrew Jones will review the ILEARN reports and resources available to educators and...

Disciplinary Literacy

We know literacy is an essential skill across content areas, but knowing how to intertwine literacy with your specific subject area. This graphic...

Assess Student Writing with WriQ

WriQ is a freemium tool that allows teachers to easily assess writing in Google Docs and Microsoft Word. Assess writing, including grammar,...

What Kids Are Reading

Books vary in popularity from year to year, from state to state, and from one grade level to the next. Renaissance has identified these...

Toontastic: Digital Storytelling

Toontastic is a free tool to utilize for digital storytelling. Students love Toontastic! Check out the above video resource from Peter Pappas, which...

TeachingBooks: A Video Introduction

TeachingBooks is a database of resources for children's and young adult books and their authors and illustrators, including short movies, audiobook...

TeachingBooks: Sharing Resources

TeachingBooks is a database of resources for children's and young adult books and their authors and illustrators, including short movies, audiobook...

TeachingBooks: Educator Accounts

TeachingBooks is a database of resources for children's and young adult books and their authors and illustrators, including short movies, audiobook...

TeachingBooks: Custom Reading Lists

TeachingBooks is a database of resources for children's and young adult books and their authors and illustrators, including short movies, audiobook...

TeachingBooks: Thoughtfully Read Fiction and Nonfiction Books

This collection of resources from TeachingBooks.net includes vocabulary and discussion activities that you can use in your classroom for various...

Teaching Poetry

Are you an educator preparing to teach poetry to your learners? Students love poetry! April has been deemed National Poetry Month, but you can truly...

StoryWeaver: A New World of Children's Stories

Are you looking for a reading platform that is interactive and has a wide variety of texts? If so, discover the magic of StoryWeaver! StoryWeaver is...