Join us as we dive deeper into instruction that supports reading fluency and comprehension after primary (Grades 4-12+), using evidence-based practices and strategies rooted in the Science of Reading.
A sound wall is a visual scaffold to help students solidify their knowledge of phoneme-grapheme correspondences and improve spelling skills.
This webinar aims to help educators put the recommendations made in the Right to Read report into practice every day in their classroom.
Play-based math tasks can actively engage students in complex tasks, take risks, and make errors without their self-esteem being affected.
Making the Change to Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction: A guide for system leaders selecting and implementing reading programs
The Making the Change to Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction guide highlights the steps these Ontario school boards have taken to make the change from balanced literacy to evidence-based literacy instruction.
LD@school visited the Amethyst Demonstration School in London, Ontario, to learn how their team successfully supports tier three students on their reading journey and how these supports can be used in any classroom for all students in Ontario.
Sound walls are visual tools pairing phonological and orthographic information to reinforce students’ speech-to-print connections.
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.