When students are identified as struggling readers in a tiered system of support (RTI/MTSS) process, it’s very easy to pull them out of the classroom to give them individualized instruction and support to address the gaps in their learning. However, this strategy keeps students away from class culture, away from important instruction and away from their friends—which can impact them socially.
In this edWebinar, Learning Ally’s Terrie Noland will explore:
- Specific accommodations and tools to support student’s right in the general education classroom
- Specific examples of how educators make the learning environment cohesive, yet differentiated, all at the same time
- Pacing and implementing lesson plans for a positive, powerful impact on struggling readers
This session is hosted by edWeb and CE certificates will be available. This event is designed for K-8 administrators, general education teachers and special education teachers, as well as school librarians. Join us to learn how to support struggling readers in their general education classroom alongside their peers!
About the Presenter
Terrie Noland is the National Director, Educator Engagement for Learning Ally. She has more than 22 years of experience as both a trainer and developer of content for educators and administrators. Her focus for the past five years has been on the pedagogical practices needed to create effective environments for students with dyslexia. Terrie has trained groups numbering in the thousands helping to build better understanding of working with struggling readers. She is currently pursuing certification as an academic language therapist.