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2019 Webinars

  • The Science of Reading
  • Reading for Meaning

2019

2018 Webinars

  • Orton-Gillingham and Structured Word Inquiry
  • Sounds First: The Mechanics of Reading & Spelling
  • Intro to Dyslexia
  • Vocabulary: Helping Children Learn and USE New Words
  • What's That Stuff - Brain
  • Changing How Struggling Students Perceive Math
  • Memory Strategies For All Students
  • Preparing for the College Experience, Focusing on the LD Student
  • What's Math Got To Do With It
  • Fluency - The Road to Comprehension
  • Strategies For Reluctant Writers

2018

2017 Webinars

  • Brain-Based Writing Strategies
  • When LaZy Doesn't Make Sense
  • Spelling Mistakes to Inform Instruction
  • Dysgraphia Basics and Strategies
  • The Role of SLP in Dyslexia
  • To IEP or Not To IEP
  • Looking at What's New: Math & Technology
  • Explicit Vocabulary and Fluency Strategies: Keys to Reading Comprehension
  • Memory & Learning - Some Easy-to-Use Strategies

2017

2016 Webinars

* Dyslexia
* Sensory Processing and the Child
* Improve Writing Skills with the Magic of 5
* The Who, What, When, and Why of Reading Instruction
* English Language Time Travel
– Abridged
* There Is No Such Thing As A Sight Word
* Listening, Comprehension, and Vocabulary – for Early Literacy
* Dysgraphia & Handwriting
* Assistive Technology
* University Avenue
2016

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Reading For Meaning

February 2019

Our speaker: BEN WEISNER

Learn how to develop fluency, support vocabulary, and promote comprehension by combining three powerful, research-based strategies: teacher modeling, repeated reading, and progress monitoring. Learn how to meet standards and accelerate the achievement of developing and struggling readers. These effective strategies are demonstrated using Read Naturally’s web-based software program, Read Naturally Live.

BEN WEISNER is Senior Solutions Manager at Read Naturally. He has been involved in product development, customer relations, and training at Read Naturally for over 15 years, and is a regular presenter at conferences and seminars across the country.




The Science of Reading

Speaker: Cathy Johnson

January 2019

This workshop, The Science Behind Reading, will highlight how the brain reads. Understanding the science behind reading will help participants understand how the brain learns to read which will glean information how to better help struggling readers. The information will be presented from top cognitive neuroscientists such as John Gabrieli from Harvard, Sally Shaywitz at Yale University and Maryanne Wolf Swho is currently at UCLA. (She is also our keynote speaker in April). Speaking is natural but reading is not. Teachers assume that all children will learn to read if exposed to print. However, this assumption is false. The common myths and misconceptions around how a child learns to read will be reviewed in order to increase the understanding that language and phonological abilities matter more than intellectual abilities.


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