Information and Media Literacy

Teach students to be savvy analyzers and critical readers of information in an age of misleading media.

Attend an Information Session about Universal Literacy Reading Coach Positions

Reading Coaches help grades K–2 teachers build their knowledge base and skill level around literacy instruction, curriculum, and assessment. 

Rewards Reading program with Anita Archer

This powerful program focuses on students who have basic decoding skills but experience difficulty in reading multi-syllabic words.

Participate in a Workshop on Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills

Join the Office of Academic Intervention Services for a workshop on DIBELS on Friday, February 9.

Explore Practical Classroom Strategies: Support English Language Learners’ Reading

Practical Classroom Strategies to Support English Language Learners with Reading presented by Linda Chen and Eugenia Mora-Flores PLUS Meet the Author, Charles R. Smith Grades K-12. 

Join a Virtual Session on Navigating Online Resources at NewseumED

The Newseum, located in Washington D.C., promotes, explains and defends free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment: religion, speech, press, assembly and petition. Take a tour of their online resources!

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