Date(s) - 02/19/20
8:30 am - 2:30 pm
HOST: Dee Larsen & Kathy McAlone, Zaner-Bloser (additional information)
Converging research from the fields of neuroscience and education has shown that beginning readers’ brains are different from those of a fluent reader. How do we tailor our approach for beginning readers today for success in grade 3 and beyond?
Join us for this special professional development event where you’ll hear about the necessary connection between the auditory and visual processing areas of the brain and how it is enhanced by specific types of instruction.
Explore the most compelling research in early literacy development that clearly shows that explicit instruction in grades K–2 is the KEY to closing the reading achievement gap!
RSVP by February 7, 2020!