Engagement, Motivation, Empowerment: Literacy Learning Strategies with John Arthur
The year he was selected Utah Teacher of the Year, John Arthur stood in front of his colleagues at Meadowlark Elementary and admitted he did not know how to teach students to read.
During this insightful webinar, Arthur walks listeners through the three-step process he took with his team to revamp the school’s literacy program and in-class teaching methods. Today, Meadowlark Elementary has shifted from a failing institution to a success story in part due to the shift in literacy instruction and focus.
During this enlightening webinar, you will learn:
- The exact type of literacy instruction Arthur and his team used to get big results for students
- How to integrate technology-based interventions to move students forward
- How going back to the basics can make the biggest difference
- High-leverage practices that keep students making progress toward their goals
Watch now to understand how Arthur and his team changed the face of literacy at their school and empowered students along the way.
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