Dive into the science of reading to explore the neuroscience behind how children learn to read. In this summit, you’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of the science of reading and its transformative impact on effective teaching strategies. You’ll learn how to evaluate science of reading practices in your district and leave with practical tools for evidence-based classroom instruction.
During this webinar summit, you’ll join Julie Christensen, VP of Curriculum for Waterford.org, for an in-depth exploration of the neuroscience behind how children learn to read. She’ll demystify best practices around teaching phonological awareness, phonics, the four domains of language, and more. You’ll get immediate ideas to implement in your classroom and share with the educators you support.
The summit contains 10 enriching sessions divided into three parts.
All sessions will be hosted live, with on-demand viewing available the next day. All 10 sessions will also be available on-demand for non-registrants at the conclusion of the summit.
Discover how Waterford.org uses the science of reading to develop effective programs and services. Join us for a program tour of Waterford Reading Academy, dive into professional learning options for teaching the science of reading, and uncover the impact of research on Waterford’s efficacy. You’ll leave with essential knowledge to evaluate any science of reading program to ensure it aligns with effective practices and evidence-based approaches.
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Learn how neuroscience informs our understanding of how children learn to read, and how you can use these findings to teach literacy skills.
Check out Waterford’s Science of Reading factsheet to explore what neuroscience tells us about how the brain learns to read.
Take a tour of Waterford Reading Academy and explore how the program incorporates the latest research, foundational principles, and best practices from the science of reading.
Watch the on-demand webinar to learn more about Waterford’s Science of Reading professional learning.