“It’s Not Too Late: Turning Struggling Adolescent Readers Into Successful Readers”

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March 22 Online Seminar to Focus on How Educators Can Reach Struggling Adolescent Readers

What:  Web Seminar [free]: “It’s Not Too Late: Turning Struggling Adolescent Readers Into Successful Readers”

Learn how school districts can inspire a new level of drive and confidence in students who struggle to read.

When:  Wednesday, March 22|2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT| Duration: 1 hour

Who:                  

• Dr. Louisa C. Moats will lead the webinar. Dr. Moats is known for her many publications on reading instruction, the professional development of teachers, and the relationship between language, reading, and spelling. Her complete bio is available here.

• Donice Davenport, Director of Exceptional Education, Henrico County (Va.) Public Schools.

Details:               

Poor reading skills have lifelong consequences. Struggling adolescent readers are in danger of dropping out of high school, being unprepared for college, and putting their future at risk. Dr. Moats, author of LANGUAGE! Live, an award-winning comprehensive English Language Arts curriculum for struggling adolescent readers and writers, will lend insight to educators on how to close the gap for learners, while Donice Davenport will shed light on how the program is making a difference for Henrico’s students.

Host:                    District Administration

Sponsor:              Voyager Sopris Learning

Giveaway:  Every entrant who attends the entire webinar will be entered into a drawing for one teacher spot in the Tracking Sea Turtles in the Bahamas 2017 JASON Learning’s Argonaut Program. The winner can distribute the teacher spot to anyone within their school or district.

To Register:        No cost; visit this link

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