DeJunne’ Clark Jackson presents: Structured Literacy: Creating a Culture of Collaboration
This session will allow participants to explore ways to Equip students with the literacy skills necessary to be successful learners through the use of evidence-based reading instructional practices; Empower parents and families with the knowledge essential to become well-informed participants in the decision-making process; and Provide educators with the appropriate tools and information critical to effectively teach and reach students. Hearing and assembling the experiences of each of these stakeholders is critical to building a collaborative and inclusive education culture. Each stakeholder plays a vital role in the discovery, identification, and intervention stages of literacy development. When a student struggles, the collective can come together to find solutions, working toward the common and agreed-upon goal – student success!
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