The Reading League Science of Reading

The Foundation of Effective Literacy Practices and Why It’s Harder for ELs and Their Teachers

Join The Reading League California as we welcome Stanford University Professor Emeritus, Dr. Claude Goldenberg, as he shares the foundations of effective literacy, with particular emphasis on our English learners. Dr. Goldenberg is a leading expert in this field and has done extensive work in ensuring the literacy success of our multilingual learners.

Free

Preparing to teach your Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students’ Foundational Reading

Please join TRL Kansas and Dr. Kelly Grillo in this session, designed to support and empower caregivers, teachers and instructional support staff in reaching their d/Deaf students in language and literacy growth. Participants will learn: Identify barriers d/Deaf population have learning language and literacy. Discuss where students d/Deaf attend school. Examine literacy outcomes for d/Deaf. Identify the skills/tools you have to impact GREATER outcomes for this population. Discuss what we know works and what to expand on in our practice. Message of HOPE and thoughts for the future. Register Here

Free

Book Study: The Reading Comprehension Blueprint

Join The Reading League North Carolina and International Dyslexia Association North Carolina Branch as we read and discuss The Reading Comprehension Blueprint. This summer book study will begin with a kickoff session with Nancy Hennessy, author of the book and a North Carolina resident! Then, participants will have the opportunity to join virtual book study with breakout room facilitators throughout the summer to build community around this shared text. Finally, we will end our book study with Nancy Hennessy in a Q/A format about implementation.

Free

“The Right to Read” Virtual Movie Night

Get ready for an unforgettable movie night experience! We are thrilled to invite you to join us for a virtual screening of Kareem Weaver's thought-provoking film, "The Right to Read."

"The Right to Read" is more than just a movie; it's a powerful exploration of the fundamental importance of literacy in today's society. Through captivating storytelling, Kareem Weaver delves into the implications, challenges, and opportunities surrounding the right to read, sparking crucial conversations and inspiring action.

$10

Summer Book Study: Effective Universal Instruction Book Study

The Reading League chapter network is excited to bring you a unique learning opportunity this summer! Join chapters nationwide for a self-guided book study on Effective Universal Instruction by Drs. Gibbons, Brown, and Niebling. We'll kick things off on Mon., June 17 at 7pm ET / 4pm PT with a live, virtual session featuring Dr. Stephanie Stollar sharing MTSS as the essential implementation tool for the science of reading.

Each Monday for the next five weeks, you'll receive an email with a pacing guide, recorded videos with the authors to deepen your understanding of each chapter, and links to additional resources related to the content. You can read, watch, and explore on your own time - whenever it works best for you! Save your questions and insights as you read because we'll wrap up this summer of learning with another live Zoom session with authors Dr. Kimberly Gibbons and Dr. Sarah Brown on Mon, July 29 at 7pm ET / 4pm PT.

All you need to do is register once for the book study, and we'll send you the Zoom links and weekly resources to make this an impactful learning opportunity. As a bonus, at the end of the book study, you'll also receive a professional development guide that you can use to bring all of this knowledge back to your school teams! We hope you'll learn more about this action-oriented approach to improving Tier 1 with us this summer.

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5280 Literacy Leadership Symposium: A Call to Action!

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5280 Literacy Leadership Symposium: A Call to Action!
Sat, June 22, 2024 02:30 PM - 07:00 PMEDT
1200 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203, USA

The Reading League Colorado is hosting our first annual, in person Symposium, 5280 Literacy Leadership Symposium: A Call to Action on June 22, 2024. Our organization aims to advance evidence-aligned reading instruction. Our first symposium will focus on providing a landscape to the relevancy of getting reading instruction right for children in Colorado. We have a good foundation, but we need to ensure key stakeholders have a sense of urgency to support all our kids in Colorado to achieve their right to read!

$20 – $55

Book Study: The Reading Comprehension Blueprint

Join The Reading League North Carolina and International Dyslexia Association North Carolina Branch as we read and discuss The Reading Comprehension Blueprint. This summer book study will begin with a kickoff session with Nancy Hennessy, author of the book and a North Carolina resident! Then, participants will have the opportunity to join virtual book study with breakout room facilitators throughout the summer to build community around this shared text. Finally, we will end our book study with Nancy Hennessy in a Q/A format about implementation.

Free

Summer Book Study: Effective Universal Instruction Book Study

The Reading League chapter network is excited to bring you a unique learning opportunity this summer! Join chapters nationwide for a self-guided book study on Effective Universal Instruction by Drs. Gibbons, Brown, and Niebling. WSave your questions and insights as you read because we'll wrap up this summer of learning with another live Zoom session with authors Dr. Kimberly Gibbons and Dr. Sarah Brown on Mon, July 29 at 7pm ET / 4pm PT.

All you need to do is register once for the book study, and we'll send you the Zoom links and weekly resources to make this an impactful learning opportunity. As a bonus, at the end of the book study, you'll also receive a professional development guide that you can use to bring all of this knowledge back to your school teams! We hope you'll learn more about this action-oriented approach to improving Tier 1 with us this summer.

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