TRL-PA brings you the Expert in Residence series. Our first feature will be Mechanicsburg Area School District
Participants will envision an evidence-based structured literacy program through the lens of an adolescent emerging reader. Aspects of leadership are discussed by a pioneering superintendent whose dedication to equity led to the first public high school structured literacy program in her state. Successful instructional approaches designed specifically for older students’ unique social and emotional needs are presented by a special educator. Outcomes and anecdotes are shared throughout the hour, painting a picture of our program’s emphasis on success and dignity. Reflections from adolescents highlight the central role reading plays in building belonging—inspiring educators and administrators to meet the needs of struggling older students with urgency, expertise, compassion, and joy.
TRL-Wisconsin is proud to host a free, virtual event with Steve Dysktra: Navigating the World of Research.
Join TRL-WI board member, Jeanne Schopf, for an informal Q&A session regarding implementing evidence-aligned reading instruction.
The Reading League Wisconsin presents: The Power of Early Talk with Maura Moyle and Jill Gilkerson
Join The Reading League Indiana for a hands-on practice clinic geared towards K-5 teachers and coaches who are looking for Science of Reading-aligned strategies they can use in their classrooms right away. Hosted by Emma Donnan Elementary School, and featuring sessions by board members of The Reading League Indiana, this event will share the research behind several literacy teaching routines, model the strategies, and provide time and tools for you to practice before you leave!
Join TRL-WI, TRL-IL, TRL-IN, TRL-MI, and TRL-OH for a free virtual session with Dr. Jan Hasbrouck entitled "Fluency: Key to Comprehension".