The parent reading guide was created to help improve the understanding of the Science of Reading among educators and concerned parents.
LD@school visited All Saints Catholic Elementary School in Toronto to highlight a reading program that empowers the staff, volunteers, parents, and students.
Orthographic mapping is the cognitive process by which children learn to read words by sight, spell words from memory, and learn new word meanings from print.
The three-cueing approach to reading encourages students to guess words based on context or prior knowledge rather than building their decoding skills.
Changing attitudes and a shift in teacher training are necessary to meet the growing diversity of student learning needs in FSL programs.
The Educators’ Exchange: The Final Check-in with Keewatin-Patricia’s Evidence-Based Literacy Journey
LD@School asked educators from Keewatin Patricia District School Board to share some of their journey into evidence-based literacy.
Many students with LDs struggle with self-regulation and may need more support to manage thoughts, behaviours, emotions and stressors.
The Educators’ Exchange: The Final Check-in with Bruce-Grey Catholic’s Evidence-Based Literacy Journey
We check back with educators from Bruce Grey District School Board as they undertake their journey into evidence-based literacy.
This article addresses the way in which educators can foster the academic motivation of students who encounter difficulties in learning.
This webinar will help you understand the scope of the Right to Read recommendations and support schools and classrooms through the changes