Now available on demand
Watch the recording of our free virtual symposium, Built for These Times: Making the Shift to the Science of Reading. This event took place on March 4, 2021.
Register now for our free virtual symposium, Built for These Times: Making the Shift to the Science of Reading on March 4, 2021, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST.
This event is your front-row seat to learning more about the science of reading and how to start making the shift in your classroom and district. Certificates of attendance will be awarded.
Here's who will be among the dream team of speakers:
Scroll down to see the agenda. Speakers also include Dr. Carolyn Strom, Dr. Pamela Snow, DeJunne' Jackson, Dr. Bruce McCandliss, Margaret Goldberg and Lani Mednick (The Right to Read Project), Dr. Jan Hasbrouck, Dr. Todd Davis (Aldine I.S.D.), and Janise Lane (Baltimore City Public Schools).
We’ve also put together a free digital swag bag, including some fun virtual meeting backgrounds and our primer, Science of Reading, A Primer: Part One, so you can share your newfound love of the science of reading.
Can't attend live? We'll record the event and send it out to all registrants afterward so you won't miss a thing.
|Time (EST)||Title and presenter|
|11:00–11:50||Aligning Instruction with the Science: What Should We See in Classrooms?
Margaret Goldberg and Lani Mednick (The Right to Read Project)
|11:55–12:40||Speech to Print: Reading's Best Idea
|12:45–1:15||Social Lunch Break (Win prizes!)|
|1:15–2:00||The Science of Reading: Matters of Equity (Interest Session 1A)
|1:15–2:00||Beyond Buzzwords: Using the Science of Reading for Impact (Interest Session 1B)
|2:05–2:50||How Writing Instruction Can Narrow the Knowledge Gap (Interest Session 2A)
|2:05–2:50||Making Sense of Fluency Data: What Does ORF Really Measure? (Interest Session 2B)
|3:00–3:45||Strengthening the Strands of the Reading Skills ‘Rope’: Research Insights for Teachers Interested in the Science of Reading (Interest Session 3A)
|3:00–3:45||Early Reading Success: Oral Language Competence is the Engine and High Quality Instruction is the Fuel (Interest Session 3B)
|3:45–4:00||Coffee break, come in and join us!|
|4:00–4:45||Making the Shift for Administrators: Leading Change in Your District (Panel)
Dr. LaTonya Goffney and Dr. Todd Davis (Aldine ISD), Janise Lane (Baltimore City Public Schools), and Karin Ryan (Erie Public Schools)
Susan Lambert, Host of Science of Reading: The Podcast