Structured Literacy: Applying the Science of Reading in the Classroom
Every school aspires for their students to be confident readers and learners, but many educators aren't sure how to teach literacy effectively. In this webinar, we dive into the exact skills students need to become strong readers, and we provide in-depth explanations about how educators can implement these skills in the classroom. This webinar is ideal for teachers of struggling readers or those whose students need a boost in their reading confidence.
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