Title: Reading Fluency Strategies: A Current Look at What Works
Group rate for groups of five or more
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- Recorded September, 2016
- Available to be watched anytime, at your convenience,
until March 31, 2017
- Offers 1.5 continuing education hour (or for SLPs - 1.5 Certification Maintenance Hour which is accepted by ASHA)
- 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.
Presenter: Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP
Marianne 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.
Description: Do you have students who are picking up their phonics skills, yet still struggle to fluently read the words on the page? The importance of fluent reading has received a great deal of attention since the National Reading Panel’s report published in 2000. This webinar will examine the most recent research findings in this area and will share strategies that are proven to work. The presenter will also shed information on practices that are less effective and share a number of misunderstandings surrounding this important literacy skill. Neurobiological underpinnings that contribute to reading fluency will also be explored to aid participants in determining which students will have long-term challenges with becoming fluent readers. Participants will walk away with current theoretical perspectives on reading fluency and be able to evaluate and/or change current practices in treatment of reading fluency challenges.
• Describe the neurobiological underpinnings of oral reading fluency. Which students are likely to have long-term challenges with reading fluency?
• Discuss past and present theoretical perspectives of reading fluency and research findings regarding fluency interventions?
• Identify practices, which are proven to be successful for struggling students and discuss potential plans for implementation.
After actively participating and completing a brief assessment by March 31, 2017, all attendees will receive a certificate of attendance for 1.5 continuing education hour. (For speech pathologists: The 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."