“The science of reading” is a phrase that is used frequently. However, what it means is sometimes unclear. In this webinar we will review a small but important set of findings, instructional practices, and guiding principles that have been established across the past four decades of reading research. Information will be provided in a way that allows educators to understand what the science of reading tells us about how children learn to read, what forms of reading instruction and strategies are most effective, and what the evidence tells us about reading difficulties.
Explore the research that explains the science of reading, what happens in the brain as a child learns to read, and the solutions that can help striving readers accelerate and achieve.
Based on the Science of Reading research, Building the Reading Brain professional learning courses are designed to provide K–3 educators with the essentials they need to effectively teach reading while fostering student engagement and cultivating social-emotional learning.
Amira Learning™, powered by artificial intelligence (AI), provides 1:1 reading practice for students in Grades K–3 and administers both an oral reading fluency assessment and a dyslexia screener.
Nathan Clemens is an author of HMH Into Reading, a comprehensive K-6 ELA curriculum that adheres to science-based methods of instruction. Into Reading scientifically attends to the teaching of all pillars of teaching children to read, as established by the National Reading Panel.
System 44 ensures mastery of the 44 sounds and 26 letters of the English language through systematic instruction in phonics, decoding, word recognition, and writing.