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Accelerating Reading in Grades 3-9

Students who have yet to meet grade level expectations need support to accelerate their growth. This learning opportunity will specifically address students in grades 3 through 9 and how to help them close the reading gap. During this session we will identify some of the critical components necessary to accelerate readers. Participants will answer two critical questions: What are the best ways to accelerate students who are striving to master decoding in the upper grades? How do I best support readers who are calling words, but lack the ability to discuss and demonstrate understanding? Participants will have time to reflect on current practices and programs, collaborate with colleagues, and determine where adjustments might be needed.

Learning Targets Include:

- Review Reading Basics - How do we learn to read?

- Learn about key intervention components that accelerate students.

- Discuss ways to foster positive reading attitudes.

- Explore potential resources.

 

Agenda

- Explore why accelerating readers is so important to college and career readiness.

- Discuss reading basics, how we learn to read, and dig deeper into the 5 components of reading.

- Go in-depth with 4 recommendation to accelerate readers with examples, resources, practice, and modeling.

- Discuss fostering positive reading habits with examples and resources.

- Time to explore on your own.

 

About Our Presenter

April is a life-long learner and educator with 24 years of experience in elementary and special education. She offers expertise in literacy, including the Science of Reading, instructional coaching, professional learning, and curriculum development.

Prior to joining INcompassing Education, April fulfilled the role of Literacy Specialist working with multiple school districts across the country, as well as an Early Reading Virtual Coach, and Early Reading Training Facilitator. As a District Instructional Coach and E/LA Curriculum Coordinator April focused on bringing written and taught curriculum together. April spent 15 years working directly with students as a Reading Interventionist and Special Education teacher. She is an avid reader and advocates for students to develop life-long reading habits by finding their personal reading identity.

April has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Saint Francis; a Master’s Degree from Concordia University Mequon WI; and completed an endorsement program in Educational Leadership.

Target Audience

general education teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, interventionists, special education teachers


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11/03/2022 9:00 AM-3:00 PM1800 Homestead Dr, New Haven, IN 46774 In Person Training 9999



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