Date & Time: Thursday, February 29th at 2 pm ET
More schools than ever before are turning to a structured literacy approach to increase literacy outcomes. The reason: more research is demonstrating the impact structured literacy is having on improving literacy skills in students with reading difficulties such as dyslexia, as well as in high-performing students.
Join this 20-minute Ed Talk to discover ways your district can incorporate evidence-based practices, instructional resources, and more supported by structured literacy into its comprehension plan.
Hear from a district leader who uses structured literacy to address the needs of their students, fostering a more inclusive and supportive learning environment.
Topics will include:
- Understanding the key principles of structured literacy
- How to implement a successful literacy framework that focuses on standards-aligned and skill-based instruction
- Resources to use in determining effective reading instruction across the district, campus, and classroom levels
- How Albuquerque Public Schools is using a structured literacy approach to increase literacy outcomes
Maggie Carrillo, PhD, NBCT, C-SLCT, Structured Literacy Specialist, Albuquerque Public Schools
Soraya Sotto, Professional Learning Consultant, Istation