Cracks to Gaps After COVID: Supporting Reading Development in our Most Vulnerable Students
May 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$40.00
|Presented by Tiffany P. Hogan, PhD|
Highlighted recently in numerous news outlets including the New York Times, the Boston Globe, television and radio appearances, our esteemed presenter, Dr. Tiffany Hogan, has been on the forefront, helping educational communities understand and rectify the negative impact that the pandemic has had on students’ reading skills. She will discuss how the pandemic has exacerbated achievement gaps in our most vulnerable students.
Pulling from past and recent research, Dr. Hogan will then provide scientifically proven ways to assess and improve reading skills in grades K-2 within both educational and home settings. She will also highlight the ways in which the pandemic has turned cracks in the educational system into actual gaps.
Walk away with a clearer understanding of the science of reading, including a deeper knowledge of how to close and even prevent further gaps in students’ reading skills. Join us for this important and timely webinar, and take advantage of the opportunity to get your questions answered if attending live.
All who register can watch live and/or watch the recording to be sent the day after the live event. Earn 2 cont. ed. hrs. whether watching live or as a recording.