How can you leverage the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to unlock the potential of your early learners—especially those at risk for reading difficulties?
Watch this interactive professional learning webinar for South Carolina educators and see for yourself how 2019 ISTE® Best in Show winner Amira Learning™ can assess student oral reading fluency in 3–5 minutes, screen all students for dyslexia, and provide 1:1 structured literacy practice while generating actionable insights for educators.
Developed in conjunction with leading psychometricians, neuroscientists, reading scientists, and artificial intelligence (AI) researchers, Amira Learning truly listens to students to accurately assess oral reading fluency (ORF), quickly identify students at increased risk for reading difficulties, and provide 1:1 reading practice.
During this uncertain time, we want to help educators and families continue to build early readers’ skills, even while they’re away from the classroom. That’s why we are offering use of Amira Practice, a personalized reading assistant for Grades K–3, at no charge, through July 1, 2020.
Driven by artificial intelligence (AI), the Amira Dyslexia Screener is a reliable classroom assistant (whether the classroom is on school grounds, part of a blended learning model, or at home) that meets the requirements for universal screening recommended by the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE).
Students with dyslexia face far greater obstacles than their classmates as they strive to build literacy skills. In this article, the Shaped Blog staff shares common dyslexia misconceptions and actionable strategies for implementing effective dyslexia screening in schools and districts.
For a child to become a successful reader, a variety of different skills need to come together. Understanding these basic components of reading development and, more important, using teaching approaches we know work are critical components of both general and special education.