Join Pivot Learning and UnboundEd for a free webinar Wednesday, July 15 from 3:00 – 4:00pm ET (12:00pm – 1:00pm PT) to learn how to use the tools and resources in their newly launched Equity Reset Toolkit to discover unfinished instruction needs as a result of school closures and how to develop a plan to address these need equitably.
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Register for this webinar to gain valuable insights into how to move forward into the fall with a plan for equitable ELA and math instruction adaptable for in-person, remote, or blended learning.
As the number of English learners attending public schools continues to increase, educators from the central office to the general education classroom can benefit from understanding the best approaches for teaching literacy to this diverse population of students.
During this recorded webinar, Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan and Dr. Dale Webster explore each of the components of Structured Literacy along with evidence-based strategies for lesson design and effective implementation. READ MORE
Enhance your practice with CORE’s 2019-20 free professional learning webinars. From evidence-based practices to help ELs succeed to deep dives into assessing dyslexia and teaching math, it’s a convenient and free way to build your skills. All webinars are available to watch on-demand, on your own time. Please share these webinars with your team.
Word problems and real-life scenario tasks are increasingly being integrated into math instruction today and are even the center pieces of many math curricula. For these types of math tasks, students must create and use mathematical models to represent and solve the problem situations. However, problem-solving with math applications remains exceedingly challenging for students. READ MORE
Universal screening for reading problems is the best way to identify and address reading difficulties. While there are a range of reading problems that can affect students, an estimated 5-17% of school-age children have dyslexia*. Most students with reading difficulties, including those with dyslexia, can be taught how to be strong readers. But before research-based instruction and intervention can take place, educators must identify which students are struggling and why. READ MORE