Run time: 54:30
As educators, we’re generally successful in teaching students how to read. Where we often struggle is in supporting students’ ongoing reading growth, which declines drastically in the middle and upper grades and which, in turn, prevents students from achieving their full potential.
So, how can we address this challenge—and why is this “second phase” of literacy acquisition so critical to students’ success? Watch this session for the answers, along with practical strategies for strengthening reading practice in your classroom and across your district. You’ll explore:
Gene Kerns, EdD, is Chief Academic Officer at Renaissance and a nationally acclaimed speaker on learning progressions, K–12 assessments, and educational standards. He is co-author of the new book Unlocking Student Talent: The New Science of Developing Expertise.
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