What Teachers Don’t Know About Teaching Reading… and What to Do About It
Millions of students do not read at grade level, and with instructional time missed during the COVID-19 pandemic, many risk falling even further behind. While many of these students may be eventually recommended for interventions or assessed as having a learning disability, too often, the problem is they did not receive adequate and appropriate reading instruction.
The truth is—and research proves this—that effectively teaching reading is a science in and of itself, and teachers need proper training.
If educators are prepared to teach all five essential components of literacy instruction (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension) the result is higher student success rates.
Watch this webinar with renowned literacy expert Dr. Louisa Moats to learn why teachers need proper training when it comes to teaching reading, and how to help your teachers deliver more comprehensive and integrated literacy instruction.