Principles and Characteristics of Effective Phonics Instruction in K-3 Classrooms: What Administrators Need to Know

Monday April 22nd at 4pm MT, 6pm ET.
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Presented by: Alison Ryan, M.Ed.

Description: Recently, phonics instruction has received greater attention, thanks to increased awareness of the Science of Reading. But simply adding phonics instruction to the literacy block isn’t enough. Research has revealed specific principles of effective phonics instruction that should be followed to ensure that phonics lessons make the biggest possible impact on student literacy growth. Join us to learn these principles, so that it becomes easy for you to determine if lesson plans and classroom practices fully align with phonics and Science of Reading research.

About the presenter: Alison Ryan, M.Ed., is a literacy specialist and teacher educator. Her roles have included classroom teacher, reading interventionist, reading specialist and literacy coach, and Director of Curriculum and Instruction. She has a master’s degree in literacy leadership, ESL endorsement, is trained in the Orton Gillingham method, and is CERI certified in Structured Literacy (C-SLCT). Alison founded her company Learning At The Primary Pond, Inc., in 2012 to help educators bridge the gap between literacy research and practical classroom strategies.

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