The Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Midwest's webinar provides early childhood practitioners (preK–grade 3) with effective strategies to help students develop reading skills efficiently during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Nell K. Duke (University of Michigan) and Dr. Laura Justice (Ohio State University) share evidence-based literacy practices that educators can incorporate into their Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III classroom literacy instruction. Dr. Laurie Lee from REL Southeast provides an overview of REL Southeast’s teacher and parent resources for supporting children’s reading at home. Practitioners Shelia Boozer and Debbie Thomas from Springfield Public Schools describe instructional strategies their district currently uses to support early literacy instruction as well as strategies they plan to use during the 2021/22 school year.
Date & Time
- Dr. Nell K. Duke (University of Michigan)
- Dr. Laura Justice (Ohio State University)
- Dr. Laurie Lee from REL Southeast
- Shelia Boozer from Springfield Public Schools
- Debbie Thomas from Springfield Public Schools