Classroom Teaching Practices that Support Struggling Adolescent Readers
Starting 10/21/2022 at 8:30 AM and ending on 10/21/2022 at 3:00 PM
Event Groups:
• ESC of Western Reserve - Lake County ESC Events
• ESC of Western Reserve - Professional Development
• ESC of Western Reserve - Professional Learning Communities
• ESC of Western Reserve - Curriculum Directors
• ESC of Western Reserve - Superintendents
• ESC of Western Reserve - Gifted
• ESC of Western Reserve - ESC of the Western Reserve

Classroom Teaching Practices that 

Support Struggling Adolescent Readers

Who: Classroom teachers (all contents areas), Intervention Specialists & Curriculum Leaders,  Grade Five and above 

What: Secondary educators face unique challenges supporting struggling older students as they adjust to increasing content-specific learning requirements and differing teaching approaches. Adding to the challenges, most content area teachers received limited preparation on reading processes and supports. Using practice briefs from the Institute of Education Sciences and Center on Instruction, this two-part series will focus on classroom wide, Tier One interventions that will support all students, especially those with significant gaps in reading achievement. The topics addressed include: the adolescent reader; word study; fluency; vocabulary; comprehension, the use of stretch texts, and motivation. This course is appropriate for all teachers across the content areas working with adolescent learners (Grade 5 and up). 

When & Where: 10/21 & 2/10,  8:30 AM - 3:00 PM; Auburn TLC,  Room 106

Cost:  $25 per person for any school district located in Lake or Geauga County

$50 per person for districts located outside of Lake or Geauga County

Facilitator: Dr. Beth Walsh-Moorman   

Questions: Contact Dr. Beth Walsh-Moorman at [email protected] 

Auburn Technology Learning Center, Room 106
Online Registration Available:  
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