The Science of Reading Series
apply CURRENT READING RESEARCH IN YOUR CLASSROOM
Our virtual Introductory Science of Reading Professional Learning Series teaches critical components of literacy instruction for Grades K-2, 3-5, or Administrators*, integrating current research into each module and translating it into classroom application.
The series consists of ten 2.5-hour facilitated, synchronous modules held via Zoom and continued learning through asynchronous materials and follow up activities via Google Classroom. These modules address questions such as:
- What happens in the brain when we read? How can this understanding inform our instruction?
- How is reading related to oral language?
- What are high-leverage instructional routines that support reading acquisition?
- What role does automaticity play in becoming a proficient reader?
- What cognitive processes are involved in deeply understanding text?
- How do we know we are using the right assessments to determine student need?
- . . . and much more!
*Adolescent Series and Digging Deeper into Science of Reading coming in SY21-22.
Rhode Island Version
Follow the link below for the professional development series that meets the requirements of the RI Right to Read Act.
I have come away from this training…with more knowledge about each area of effective reading instruction and feel more fully equipped to teach reading as well as support the literacy initiatives in my school… It has already had an impact on my work as specialist and coach.
Rebecca StuartReading Specialist, Newburyport Public Schools
This course has been eye opening. This information will impact my teaching as I now know that I can lay the ground work that leads students to the reading process. The application activities were essential to understanding the reading process. I will be using all of the activities moving forward.
Margaret Magennis ESL Teacher, Fitchburg Public Schools
This course has given me so many great tools, resources, and strategies to use with my students…. I have gained a great deal of new knowledge about the order of skills and instruction students need to become successful readers.
Anne Rockwell2nd Grade Teacher, Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union
MODULE 1: The Brain and Reading
MODULE 2: Oral Language and Literacy
MODULE 3: Features of Effective Instruction: What, Why, How
MODULE 4: The Power of Phonological Awareness
MODULE 5: Word Blending: A Hierarchy of Skills
MODULE 6: The Role of Automaticity
MODULE 7: Text Reading: What (with Whom), When and How
MODULE 8: Growing Vocabularies
MODULE 9: Building Comprehension
MODULE 10: Pulling it All Together