Science of Reading Spring Series
Every child has the right to read. How can we leverage years of scientific research to ensure that our instructional practices best meet the needs of the students in our classrooms? Together, we will explore the foundations of early literacy, deconstruct and discuss the different strands of Scarborough's Rope (word recognition and language comprehension), and examine how we can leverage classroom, school, and district resources to ensure that every child has the opportunity to become a reader.
This series will meet on February 2nd and 16th, with an optional session on March 16th to allow for deeper exploration and application. Because the series is focused on the foundations of literacy, it's recommended for educators who work with students in grades TK-3, or for educators who work with older students in an intervention or special education setting.
|When||February 2, 2023; February 16, 2023; optional: March 16, 2023
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Sonoma County Office of Education, Redwood Rooms A-C
5340 Skylane Boulevard, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Note: if the registration fee for this professional learning experience is an obstacle, please be in touch with our team to discuss options.
TK-3 educators, and educators who work with older students in an intervention or special education setting.
|Registration||Juliana Flynn, (707) 524-2816, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Questions||Lauren Ridgway, (707) 524-2600 ext. 2038, email@example.com|
Online Registration is not available.