23TRA386 The Science of Reading: What Educators Need to Know (Four Part Webinar Series) Primary
Dates: Monday - 6th, 13th, 27th November & 4th December 2023
Times: 7.00pm - 8.15pm
Venue: Online via zoom
Target Audience: Educators supporting students ages 5-10
Introduction to the Science of Reading: What Educators Need to Know
The science of reading is a body of evidence that unveils how our brains learn to read. Through the lens of Structured Literacy, we will uncover the crucial elements of reading instruction that are beneficial for all students and harmful to none. This will be an introduction to the series of sessions to come and participants will leave with a basic understanding of the science of reading.
The Science of Reading: What Educators Need to Know About Phonemic Awareness
In this webinar, we will build a collective understanding of phonemic awareness and uncover why it is arguably the most crucial component of structured literacy instruction. Join me for this discovery and practice session to strengthen your knowledge about phonemic awareness and fine tune your instructional routines to align with what the science says.
The Science of Reading: What Educators Need to Know About "Sight Words"
In this webinar, we will build a collective understanding of the processes involved in sight-word recognition. Join me for this discovery and practice session to strengthen your knowledge about orthographic mapping and learn about the secret reading recipe ingredients that support making the shift from reading with our ears to reading with our eyes.
The Science of Reading: What Educators Need to Know About Word Study
In this webinar, we will build a collective understanding of what word study instruction should entail in order to align with the science. Join me for this discovery and practice session to build upon your knowledge of explicit and systematic phonemic awareness and phonics instruction which serve as the foundation upon which multisyllabic word reading, morphology, and vocabulary instruction can be built.
Bio of Presenter: Lauren Walsh (@FUNemic_Awareness, @FunWithLiteracy, @LitLeaderLauren)
Lauren Walsh is a certified literacy specialist who develops educators' knowledge of effective literacy instruction at the local, national, and international level. She has had the honor of working as a kindergarten, 2nd grade and 3rd grade teacher, reading intervention specialist, literacy and language coach, adjunct assistant professor for USC’s Reading and Literacy Added Authorization program, and facilitator for AIM Institute’s Pathways to Proficient Reading. Currently Lauren is working as a Literacy Specialist for Heggerty Phonemic Awareness. She also created Read.Inspire.Learn to customize professional development in all aspects of literacy instruction. Lauren is proud to serve on California Department of Education’s State Literacy Team where she developed professional development resources to be shared statewide. Lauren is also a certified dance fitness instructor and has a passion to engage her “students” (both children and adults) through performance and movement to get them excited about the essential components of reading. She lives in Agoura Hills, California with her husband and their two daughters who love dance parties and "reading with their ears" as much as she does. Follow her journey or reach out to connect on Instagram @FUNemic_Awareness and @FunWithLiteracy, on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/
|Course date||06-11-2023 7:00 pm|
|Course End Date||04-12-2023 8:15 pm|
|Cut off date||04-12-2023 7:15 pm|
|Individual Price||€10.00 for Entire Series|
|Number Hours||1.15hrs per session|