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Leaders in Literacy

11 Jul, 2018

We are very excited to host the latest installment of our Leaders in Literacy webinar series that features education leaders from around the country sharing their stories of successful school improvement.   Please join us August 1, at 11 AM PDT / 2 PM EDT, and hear from the Honorable Robert Pasternack, former Assistant Secretary…

Leaders in Literacy

18 Apr, 2018

We are very excited to host Leaders in Literacy, a new webinar series that features education leaders from around the country sharing their stories of successful school improvement.   Please join us May 8, 2018, at 11 AM PDT / 2 PM EDT and hear from George Welsh, Colorado’s 2014 Superintendent of the Year.  He…

Sustaining Investments in Professional Development

27 Feb, 2018

Districts and schools spend extensive resources on professional development designed to improve student outcomes, but sustaining implementation is challenging.   Lindamood-Bell has structured a professional development model to provide initial program knowledge, increase fidelity, and sustain implementation by utilizing job-embedded professional development.   Join us for a webinar—Sustaining Investments in Professional Development where we walk…

Using Data to Drive Personalized Learning in the Classroom

11 Oct, 2017

Now more than ever, educators are meeting the needs of students who require an alternate learning path or support during their K12 career. In districts with a high level of learner diversity, the impact on resources can become formidable.   Join us for a 30 minute webinar, Using Data to Drive Personalized Learning in the Classroom.  We’ll feature…

Find Out About Workshops!

24 Apr, 2017

Learn how Lindamood-Bell’s research-validated programs are used in the classroom to help students close the literacy gap.   During the webinar, we’ll discuss why some students struggle with reading and what teachers can do to identify the cause of those struggles. Lindamood-Bell® programs are endorsed by the Council of Administrators of Special Education.

Critical Features of a Successful RtI Structure

16 Mar, 2017

Though evidence-based approaches for intensive intervention are readily available, the numbers of students who struggle with learning, and are identified for Special Education services, continues to rise. Educators understand that Response to Intervention (RtI) is merely a framework and not a solution for giving students the help they need.   Our experience working in schools throughout the…

Response to Intervention: Fresh Solutions for Your Biggest Challenges

23 Feb, 2017

Response to Intervention (RtI) has been difficult for many school systems to implement effectively. In an ideal tiered system, general education classroom teachers present core curriculum through differentiated instruction. Reliable universal screening tools help identify students needing targeted intervention in Tier 2. Progress monitoring tools help keep Tier 2 instruction on track for success. Depending…

The Imagery-Language Connection for Vocabulary Skills

8 Feb, 2017

Today’s standards-based English Language Arts curricula have put a new spotlight on reading comprehension and vocabulary.  To function in the classroom and do well on assessments, students are expected to have strong “everyday” language skills in addition to acquiring academic words—this is key for college and career readiness. At the same time, US schools are…

Literacy Solutions for English Learners

9 Jan, 2017

Teachers of English Learners face a unique challenge—to quickly develop language and literacy skills in a differentiated manner. To address the needs of English Learners, teachers can add instruction that develops the imagery-language connection. English Learners can acquire the skills and knowledge they need, more quickly.   By addressing the skills that underlie reading and…

Beyond Expectations: Language Comprehension and Thinking for State Standards-Based Curriculum

14 Nov, 2016

English Language Arts Standards challenge students to comprehend and think, rather than remember facts. While the standards outline clear goals by grade level, the method for teaching students how to comprehend is not clear, even for students receiving intervention. High expectations and the opportunity to practice are simply not enough for many learners.   Clinical research over…

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