One of the most significant challenges for teachers and parents is equipping their struggling readers with grade-level reading in order to build content knowledge, vocabulary, and not fall further behind their peers despite decoding difficulties. Join us as Dr. Terrie Noland dismantles common misconceptions about pressing the “play button.” Parents can learn how to use the summer break to help their children close the reading gap and boost motivation, too! Following Dr. Noland's presentation, NJ TRL board members will present some additional resources for parents to use this summer to address writing and math skills.
Interested in the Science of Reading research, but don't have the time to devote to a long Book Study? Join the New Jersey Chapter of The Reading League to discuss a total of 3 articles this summer (three articles in all). Articles will be sent in advance of the session to give everyone time to read, so they can engage in the conversation. July 28, 2022 How the Science of Reading Informs 21st Century Education Yaacov Petscher, Sonia Q. Cabell, Hugh W. Catts, Donald L. Compton, Barbara R. Foorman, Sara A. Hart, Christopher J. Lonigan, Beth M. Phillips, Christopher Schatschneider, Laura […]