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About the Webinar:

This webinar aims to help educators put the recommendations made in the Right to Read report into practice every day in their classroom. Lisa Cheaney-Hogan will speak about the importance of making changes to reading instruction and provide examples of ways teachers can embed evidence-based literacy instruction into their daily schedules in a way that is cross-curricular, culturally responsive, and equitable. This webinar is intended for all teachers, and Lisa will highlight the responsibility educators, even at the junior and intermediate levels, have to meet students where they are and ultimately teach them how to read. 

About the Presenter:

Lisa Cheaney-Hogan is a special education educator who focuses on literacy, equity, and inclusion. She is on a mission to amplify the voices of those not heard. Lisa has a Masters of Education (M.Ed.) from the University of Toronto, is an Empower Trained Educator and is dedicated to sharing her evidence-based, data-driven, Science of Reading knowledge with others. She has worked in Tier 1, 2, and 3 learning environments, specializing in Special Education, has worked in contained classroom settings and is a certified principal. Lisa has worked both provincially and in the classroom to ensure pedagogy and policy are intertwined for student and educator success. As a recently published author of, 'The Reading Seed', ensuring students see themselves in print, is a priority for her.