Title: Reading Comprehension Strategies: Moving Beyond Teaching Main Idea (Grades 3-12)
Recorded Oct. 24, 2016 6:30pm - 8:00pm EST
Recording available until March 31, 2017
Group rate for groups of five or more
Presenter: Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP
"The instructor Marianne was very knowledgeable and shared some very good resources. I appreciate the powerpoint and all the extra tools that were shared including websites. The webinar flowed seamlessly without technological difficulties. I learned something about reading comprehension that I can share with teachers and use when I'm working one on one with students.”
Learning Leader, Aboriginal Education (teacher)
- Within one week of purchasing this webinar, you will receive an email from email@example.com with the recording link, the handout, the evaluation, and instructions for earning your certificate of attendance. To earn certificates of attendance for a group of attendees, please assign one person to be the point of contact for this process. This person will forward the above mentioned recording link email (containing also the handout and evaluation) to the participants who will be participating in this group webinar. Each person will then be responsible for submitting his/her own evaluation via the survey link in the email, by the assigned deadline, in order to receive a certificate of attendance.
Marianne Nice is vetted by the NHDOE as a Turnaround Coach for NH schools and is an adjunct faculty member at UNH. A speech language pathologist and certified reading specialist, Marianne is a sought-after presenter and is the lead National Trainer for TLC. Known for her "down-to-earth" and motivating style of speaking, Marianne brings with her years of experience, not only as a service provider in multiple settings, but also as a mentor and consultant to many educators, clinicians, and administrators who have seen first-hand the direct results of her contributions via dramatic gains in school-wide literacy scores.
This webinar includes some incredible "freebies" for download. These are resources that others will soon be purchasing on TPT. Would you like to improve your reading comprehension instruction and move beyond the basics of asking “wh” questions and searching for the main idea? This webinar will review current research around comprehension-based literacy deficits and provide powerful recommendations to improve outcomes in reading comprehension. Learn simple and practical methods to enhance your interventions by integrating metacognitive strategies and powerful language instruction. Resources, further readings and recommended training programs will also be shared.
• Examine the various profiles of those who struggle with reading and identify specific types of reading comprehension challenges.
• Examine the contributions of linguistic and cognitive abilities as well as the impact of background knowledge on reading comprehension.
• Identify easy-to-use strategies from various meta-analyses, proven to have a positive impact on reading comprehension.
This recording is available to be watched anytime, at your convenience, until March 31, 2017. - Earn 1.5 continuing education hours (or, for SLPs, 1.5 Certification Maintenance Hours which are accepted by ASHA) - Within one week of purchasing this webinar, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with the recording link, the handout, the evaluation, as well as instructions for earning your certificate of attendance.
After watching the recording and completing a brief assessment, by March 31, 2017, all attendees will receive a certificate of attendance for 1.5 continuing education hour. Certificates are sent on a monthly basis. General certificates of attendance will be sent as well as ASHA CMH (Certificate Maintenance Hours) Verification Forms (for SLPs).
For speech pathologists: The CMH certificates of attendance that are supplied can definitely be applied toward the 30 Certification Maintenance Hours (CMHs) of professional development that ASHA requires to maintain ASHA Certificates of Clinical Competence (CCC), however this course is not registered as an official ASHA CEU course. The earned credits will not get entered into your ASHA CEU registry. Please hold onto the certificate as this can be used if your three-year professional development interval is audited. More information can be obtained from the ASHA website regarding CMHs - under "Certification."