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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...

Science of Reading: Beyond the Primary Grades

Dr. Williams will share research and strategies for extending the Science of Reading framework into intermediate and secondary grade levels.PDF Copy...

Science of Reading: Intermediate & Secondary Classrooms

Collection: #INLovesReadingJoin us for a discussion of the implementation of research-based strategies and interventions that can be used to support...

Introduction to the Science of Reading

The science of reading refers to a body of research from the fields of education, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, and neuroscience....

Blackout Recording Poetry

Familiar with Blackout Poetry? Blackout Recording goes one step further using Garage Band and iPad. Give your students the opportunity to express...

Building Leader Panel: Implementing the Science of Reading framework

This panel discussion will take place with building leaders who have already begun the process of implementation of the Science of Reading framework...

Science of Reading in Practice: A Discussion for Educators in the Classroom

This discussion will include panelists who have already begun implementing the Science of Reading framework in their classrooms and buildings.Did you...

Rewordify

Rewordify is a free tool that simplifies difficult text—sentences, whole chapters, or even website URLs—to facilitate a scaffolded reading...

Starfall: Early Learning Activities

Starfall is an early learning website featuring interactive games, songs, and supporting resources for reading and math, with most content being...

Novel Effect

When you read along with the Novel Effect app, stories are brought to life with sound effects, background music, or other dialogue. Users can read...

Khan Academy

Are you looking for personalized learning resources for your learners? Perhaps you want to learn how to teach a certain skill, whether you are an...

March Madness Classroom Activities

Whether you're a basketball fan or not, March Madness offers educators an exciting entry point for their learners. This Wakelet collection, curated...

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...

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...

Interventions for Individuals

Learn a new way to think about and provide interventions for individual students.Did you enjoy this workshop? Add your feedback here.Resources...

Building a Culture of Male Readers

This presentation, facilitated by Dr. Michael Shaffer and Dr. Ruth Jefferson, will include specific ideas for building a culture of readers in your...

Flyleaf Books

Support developing readers, whether in the classroom or at home, with Flyleaf Books. Click on any book cover to begin, and find optional homework...

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,...