The Reading Brain: Essential Strategies for Educators
If you have ever struggled to translate the science of reading into actionable strategies, this All for Literacy webinar with Michelle Elia translates neuroscience into literacy game plans that work.
Ohio Literacy Lead for the Ohio Department of Education Michelle Elia is an expert in helping administrators, educators, and consultants implement systems-level and classroom-level changes in literacy instruction. She emphasizes the importance of inclusive instruction and applying the science of reading.
Elia walks through how the brain creates pathways from letters to sounds to meaning while learning to read and how neurorecycling plays a part in creating these pathways.
As an added bonus, Elia discusses the importance of professional learning experiences. She talks next steps after professional development and how to convert new knowledge and practices into actions, outcomes, and beliefs.
“The Reading Brain: Essential Strategies for Educators” is a must-watch for all administrators, educators, and consultants who want to better understand how to bring the science of reading into classrooms. Walk away with tools you can use immediately to increase literacy levels and change students’ educational journeys.
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