Webinar: March 11, 3:45 MDT
Join us as we address common instructional questions related to teaching reading and strategies to support students at different stages of reading development. Common questions to be discussed include:
• What are the differences between phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and phonics and why are they important?
• How do children learn to automatically recognize words and read fluently?
• How do we teach children to comprehend texts they read?
A question and answer session will follow.
About the Presenter Dr. St. Croix
Dr. Norma St. Croix is an educational consultant and researcher in the areas of assessment and data literacy, professional learning, literacy and numeracy. She has over 20 years of successful teaching experience and 12 years in educational leadership roles in rural and urban schools. For the past 6 years, she’s been working with The Learning Bar, focusing on developing educators’ skills assessing and teaching early literacy skills with the Confident Learners Literacy Program program.
The Learning Bar is passionate about reducing global vulnerability and giving all children the opportunity to thrive. To do this, we provide tools in three primary areas: The early identification of learning needs, the transition from learning-to-read to reading-to-learn, and evidence-based school improvement.