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Increase Your Effectiveness with Struggling Elementary and Special Needs Readers

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Catching falling readers and writers is huge challenge that requires skill, understanding, and hard work. This webinar will examine 4 essential factors that play a big role in determining our effectiveness while working with struggling students. Join Dr. Connie Hebert as she explores the creative use of Voice, Pace, Body Language, and Eye Contact for catching falling readers and especially those with special needs. Daily motivation, encouragement, and engagement are important and necessary for all learners. If you work with struggling students at the elementary level, including those in special needs, remedial reading, or Title 1, this webinar will provide guidance and help you reflect on the role of the teacher so we can ""catch them ALL"" . . . it's not the program, it's the teacher!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Saturday, September 29, 2012 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Learning Theories & Strategies, Reading & Writing, Response to Intervention (RTI), Special Education
Tags: DOLsept29, reading, Return to Intervention, RTI, special ed, special needs, struggling readers

Reviews (38)

Full Member
Super informative!
Great Webinar
Basic Member
Excellent Webinar!
Full Member
Very helpful!
Full Member
Hands down best webinar so far!
Thank you for strategies and prompts with Voice, Pace, Body Language, and Eye Contact for my falling readers with special needs.
Full Member
I especially liked the statement: What you can write, you can read! The six habits of falling readers were familiar, and her suggested prompts were great reminders!
Full Member
WOW! Excellent webinar! Awesome information and how to utilize it.
Basic Member
This is one the best webinars I have seen. Thank you.
Basic Member
Good information. Validated much of what I do with my students.
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