In this webinar, Julie Wright and Barry Hoonan, authors of What Are You Grouping For?, walk you through five teacher moves for growing students’ reading muscles through small-group learning experiences: kidwatching, pivoting, assessing, curating, and planning.
What factors come to mind when you hear the term “Balanced Literacy?” It is a term that has been used (and misused) for so long that it has lost meaning. Join the authors of This Is Balanced Literacy, Grades K-6, for as they outline the essential evidence-based approaches that define the balance for your students, lighting the path for you to implement true balanced literacy in your classroom.
We know that writing skills reinforce reading skills, but what’s the best way to capitalize on this beneficial relationship? By flipping the traditional “reading lesson first, writing lesson second” sequence, Colleen Cruz, author of Writers Read Better: Narrative and Nonfiction, ingeniously helps you make the most of the writing-to-reading connection with carefully matched, conceptually connected lesson pairs. Attend this webinar to discover how you can do the same and establish a healthy reciprocity that effectively and efficiently develops students’ literacy skills.
In this webinar, Douglas Fisher, John Almarode, Nancy Frey, and Aleigha Henderson-Rosser guide viewers to extract, integrate, and implement what works best from both distance learning and face-to-face learning environments.
In this webinar, Doug Fisher, Nancy Frey, and John Hattie discuss cohesive instructional design tools powered by formative evaluation, tools for supporting school leaders working at a distance, and ways to deepen partnerships between home and school
Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, Vince Bustamante, and John Hattie draw on The Assessment Playbook for Distance and Blended Learning to discuss how assessments implemented through the lens of distance and hybrid learning can yield significant impact for student achievement, both in the pandemic teaching of today, and in the educational contexts of the future.
In this webinar, Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and John Hattie draw on their newly published The Distance Learning Playbook to reveal what works best in teaching, assessing, and planning in your online classroom—per 25+ years of Visible Learning® research and evidence.