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Instructing Students with SLD/Dyslexia: What Every Educator Needs to Know
Foundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade
Free 85-minute Spelling Webinar from SPELL-Links (Prerecorded)Aimed at parents of children in grades 1-3
The Institute for Literacy and Learning*
Louisa Moats Podcast - Part I | Part II | Part III
During her May, 2013, visit to CESAs 1 and 6 in Wisconsin, Louisa Moats recorded a podcast on the topic of reconciling the Common Core State Standards with reading research. This podcast, which comes in three parts for viewing, is an excellent source of information on what is necessary to effectively implement the CCSS in the area of reading. You can access the podcast at the above links.
Archived Webinar: Implementing the Common Core State Standards for Students with Learning Disabilities
2013-14 DPI Webinar Series: "Balancing Intervention and Prevention of Reading Difficulties"
Find all webinars in the series at http://bit.ly/13_14LitWebinars For more details about the series, including a list of schedule topics and dates of publication, please visit http://commoncore.dpi.wi.gov/literacy-live.
Wisconsin's Department of Public Instruction presented a virtual conference in literacy on April 15th and 16th, 2013.
Video is available at https://sites.google.com/a/dpi.wi.gov/wi-dpi-literacy-un-conference/
More Than Words: Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension
Archived webinar and PDF on NAEP vocabulary assessment.
How Children Succeed
Archived video of Paul Tough's appearance at Marquette University.
Dyslexia in the 21st Century
Brock Eide, M.D., author with wife Fernette Eide, M.D., of The Dyslexic Advantage, presented on the differences and gifts of the dyslexic brain at the IDA conference in Baltimore in October, 2012. The audio and slides from this session are posted at http://www.slideshare.net/drseide/dyslexia-in-the-21st-century
DPI hosted literacy webinars every two weeks during the 2012-13 school year on Read Wisconsin, a DPI-developed website providing literacy resources to educators, other professionals, and the public. Archived programs are available.
Six 20-minute webinars were streamed live to reading specialists in Wisconsin in spring of 2012 and are available for anyone to watch on archive.
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Archived Straight Talk Chats include:
Dr. Sharon Vaughn: Promoting Reading for Understanding
Dr. Anita Archer: Assisting Struggling Readers in Intermediate and Middle School Grades
Dr. Louisa Moats: Improving Teacher Education in Reading and Language: How Do We Get this Battleship to Turn?
Dr. Joe Torgesen: Preventing Reading Difficulties in Young Children: Lessons from Successful Schools
Dr. Timothy Shanahan: Differentiation of Reading Instruction
Dr. Patricia Mathes: Taking Effective Intervention to Scale
Dr. Lucy Hart Paulson: Building Early Literacy and Language Skills: Critical First Steps
Dr. Deb Glasner: Planing Professional Development for Positive Reading Success and Growth
Dr. Rollanda O'Connor: Teaching Older Poor Readers to Read Words
Dr. Jan Hasbrouck: Using Assessment Data for RTI Decisions
Dr. Sharon Vaughn: Teaching Older Students with Reading Difficulties
Dr. Randy Sprick: Introduction to School-wide and Classroom Discipline: Getting the year Off to a Great Start
Dr. Ed Shapiro: RTI: What's Working?
Dr. Louisa Moats: Teaching Those Who Teach Reading: How We Develop Expertise
Dr. Joe Torgesen: Interventions for Struggling Adolescent Readers
Dr. Barbara Foorman: Early Interventions for Struggling Readers
Dr. Marilyn Jager Adams: Soliloquy Learning Reading Assistant
Dr. Jan Hasbrouck: Collaborative Coaching
National RTI Center Webinars:
Archived Webinars on Response to Intervention Topics