Posted April 18, 2021
On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, CORE’s Chief Academic Officer, Dale Webster, will join over 100 other reading scholars for the Building Consensus: Aligning Reading Research with Practice Forum hosted by Purdue University.
The goal of the forum is to center on what is currently known about reading development —and effective instruction— in the hope that commonalities across a range of fields can be highlighted. Another aim of the discussion is to craft a statement about reading development that could be presented to audiences outside the university, in particular to legislators and the media, but also to key stakeholders such as K–12 school leaders and parents. The statement would summarize current research and present ways to develop reading, writing and language through effective instruction and best practices.
Posted April 15, 2021
More than a year of disruptions to learning has led to an increase in the number of students reading below grade level. In order to accelerate learning recovery, educators need faster and more efficient ways to understand students’ current phonics skills and determine specifically what to teach to get them back on track.
KeyPhonics is just what is needed. Watch this on-demand webinar for a guided tour of this comprehensive, technology-based phonics assessment that measures the 12 most critical phonics patterns, including 102 foundational phonics skills. Dr. Michelle Hosp, a Scientific Advisor for KeyPhonics, shares: READ MORE
Posted April 1, 2021
Due to disruptions in schooling over the past year, many students will need targeted instruction to get back on track in reading. Assessment will play a key role in informing what educators need to do for the remainder of this year and well into next year to close gaps in reading skills.
Watch this on-demand webinar to get expert advice from Pivot Learning* and Drs. Michelle Hosp and Louisa Moats about:
Posted March 18, 2021
Learning to decode is an important step in becoming an accurate and automatic reader. In this webinar you will be introduced to an effective decoding method called connected phonation. This instructional method helps emerging readers with the act of blending individual sounds in a word together to pronounce the whole word correctly. The connected phonation method teaches students to pronounce phonemes in words without breaking the speech stream before blending. READ MORE
Posted March 10, 2021
Improving student outcomes depends on the ability to efficiently obtain high-quality data that points directly to instruction. In this on-demand webinar, Drs. Michelle Hosp and Kelly Patrick demonstrate how to quickly gather phonics data at the student, class, and grade levels. This data is essential to inform instruction to help all students become strong readers, especially those with word reading difficulties, including dyslexia. READ MORE