Built for These Times: Making the Shift to the Science of Reading
Starting 12/14/2020 at 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM
Event Groups:
• Central Office & State Support Team 11 - Assessment & Instruction
• Central Office & State Support Team 11 - Digital Learning
• Central Office & State Support Team 11 - Literacy
• Central Office & State Support Team 11 - Specialized Learning Needs

Join the ESC of Central Ohio and Amplify Education, as we take a deep dive into the science of reading research from leaders and practitioners whose focus is equity for all students, wherever they are learning. After a brief discussion on what the research tells us, with Susan Lambert, host of "Science of Reading: The Podcast", Susan will host a panel discussion with Natalie Wexler, author of "The Knowledge Gap: The Hidden Cause of America's Broken Education System-And How to Fix It" (Avery 2019) and Ernesto Ortiz, a K-5 educator and administrator of 19 years. Our expert panel will dive deeper into the important topics of the deliberate teaching of foundational skills and building knowledge. Margaret Goldberg, co-founder of the Right to Read Project, will close the event with a discussion on her personal journey in the pursuit of equity through literacy. This session is appropriate for all PreK-12 educators, instructional coaches, building administrators, and district leaders. COST: FREE! If you are unavailable to attend the live session, it will be recorded, and the access link will be placed on the ESC of Central Ohio website. Questions about registration? Contact Sandy Denney at [email protected] Questions about content? Contact Monica Brown: [email protected] PLEASE NOTE: THE ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT THE MORNING OF THE SESSION. By registering for this free event, you will be automatically subscribed to the Amplify Education email contact list, ESC of Central Ohio's professional development monthly newsletter email or any other emails that are relevant to your position. You may unsubscribe at any time.
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