Mar 16, 2022
One of the most challenging parts of teaching is knowing how to support your students who are struggling with reading. This is especially prevalent right now, as we’re all experiencing massive gaps because of everything that children have been through with COVID. There has been lots of virtual learning from home, and that means that kids may not have gotten the level of support and reading instruction that they need.
So, if we have these huge gaps, how can we plan our literacy instruction to meet the needs of all students, especially our struggling readers? As our guest Alison Ryan says, the first step is believing you can. Alison and I are going to be talking all about what to do when you first notice that one, or maybe many, of your students are struggling with reading.
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