Welcome to the CORE Summer Webinar Series!
Your Summer Learning Starts Now.

Thanks for joining us! Watch these four, one-hour long webinars below anytime, anywhere you want. You’ll learn new skills and evidence-based practices for strengthening core instruction and creating a more equitable learning environment for all students next school year.

The Challenges of Language and Reading for Low Income
African American Children Who Speak Dialect

Dr. Julie Washington examines the relationship of African-American English dialect to growth of reading, reviews variables that influence reading outcomes for poor children, and discusses the implications for the classroom.

Structured Literacy Instruction for English Learners

Dr. Dale Webster reviews each of the components of Structured Literacy while Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, President, Valley Speech Language and Learning Center, provides evidence-based practices for lesson design and effective implementation.

 Techniques to Tackle Math Word Problems

Learn instructional techniques you can use to help students tackle math word problems. Dean Ballard reviews research and resources related to mathematical problem-solving including examples of Enhancing the Three Reads protocol, adapting problems, and identifying problem types.

Why Phonemic Proficiency is Necessary for All Readers

Dr. David Kilpatrick, author of Essentials of Assessing, Preventing, and Overcoming Reading Difficulties, dives into why teaching phonemic awareness is critical for every student to become a skilled reader.

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