6 Ways to Help Students Struggling with Reading Close the Gap
Students need to develop strong, fundamental reading skills in elementary school to set the groundwork for future success in all academic areas. That’s why it is essential to help struggling students close academic literacy gaps in the early years before they begin to tackle more complex materials. To help struggling students make the reading gains they need, consider incorporating the following 6 tips into your everyday instructional plans.
To view the original blog, visit: 6 Ways to Help Students Struggling with Reading Close the Gap
You Might Also Like
An Interview with Dr. Liz Brooke, Chief Learning Officer at Lexia Learning
A short interview with Dr. Liz Brooke about returning to school post-pandemic, and how Lexia Learning uses the science of reading to create edtech that can empower ALL students and educators, regardless of the learning environment.
Getting Real about What Blended Learning Is and Isn't in the Classroom
The pandemic has taught us many things, one being there is a lot of confusion around what effective blended learning really looks like. What are some actionable strategies for integrating technology in the classroom and supporting blended learning? Listen as LeiLani talks with two pros, Alexis Treat, Sr. Director of Literacy Curriculum and Meg Van Voorhis, Director of Professional Learning from Lexia who share stories and tips. As definitions of blended learning, simultaneous teaching, synchronous teaching, hybrid learning, flipped learning and more of the latest trends get discussed by schools, it all comes down to what’s real and what isn’t for teachers’ workload and workflow.
What Does Equity Mean to You? An Interview With Dr. Karen Henery, Director of ESOL, Little Rock School District
For 21 years, Dr. Henery has provided vision, management, and leadership to meet the needs of all English Learners in her student population and their families. Listen to the podcast to learn more.