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A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Literacy Knowledge (Session 9)

A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Literacy Knowledge (Session 9)

10/27/2021
01:14:33 minutes
This video presentation by Dr. Deborah Reed is part of a series celebrating the 20th anniversary of the publication of Hollis Scarborough’s Reading Rope. This ten month series begins with an overview of the reading rope and follows each month with a focus on one strand of the reading rope from an esteemed literacy researcher. The intent is to discuss current reading research and transfer research-to -practice for each strand. Dr. Reed focuses on the literacy knowledge strand of the reading rope in this presentation.
A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Phonology/ Phonemic Awareness (Session 2)

A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Phonology/ Phonemic Awareness (Session 2)

04/01/2021
01:29:28 minutes
This series celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Reading Rope created by Dr. Hollis Scarborough in 2001. This series will commence with an overview of Hollis Scarborough’s Reading Rope followed by a monthly series of lectures and discussion related to each strand of the reading rope. Each month a different prominent researcher will provide an overview of the research related to a strand of the reading rope. Effective instructional practices aligned with each strand of the rope for both core and tiered intervention will be also be offered. Each presentation will include an opportunity for dialogue and discourse related to the strand of the reading rope under study. The series will commence with a comprehensive summary of the series.
A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Sight Recognition (Session 4)

A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Sight Recognition (Session 4)

06/01/2021
01:43:32 minutes
This video presentation by Dr. David Kilpatrick is part of a series celebrating the 20th anniversary of the publication of Hollis Scarborough’s Reading Rope. This ten month series begins with an overview of the reading rope and follows each month with a focus on one strand of the reading rope from an esteemed literacy researcher. The intent is to discuss current reading research and transfer research-to -practice for each strand. Dr. Kilpatrick focuses on the sight recognition strand of the reading rope in this presentation.
A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Verbal Reasoning (Session 8)

A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Verbal Reasoning (Session 8)

09/29/2021
01:17:31 minutes
This video presentation by Dr. Kate Cain is part of a series celebrating the 20th anniversary of the publication of Hollis Scarborough’s Reading Rope. This ten month series begins with an overview of the reading rope and follows each month with a focus on one strand of the reading rope from an esteemed literacy researcher. The intent is to discuss current reading research and transfer research-to -practice for each strand. Dr. Cain focuses on the verbal reasoning strand of the reading rope in this presentation.
A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Vocabulary (Session 6)

A 20th Year Celebration of Scarborough’s Reading Rope - Vocabulary (Session 6)

08/02/2021
01:23:22 minutes
This video presentation by Dr. Susan Neuman is part of a series celebrating the 20th anniversary of the publication of Hollis Scarborough’s Reading Rope. This ten month series begins with an overview of the reading rope and follows each month with a focus on one strand of the reading rope from an esteemed literacy researcher. The intent is to discuss current reading research and transfer research-to -practice for each strand. Dr. Neuman focuses on the vocabulary strand of the reading rope in this presentation.

A Cultural, Linguistic and Ecological Approach with English Language Learners Using a Multi-Tiered System

11/02/2011
01:03:35 minutes
This webinar will focus upon the cultural, linguistic, and ecological factors that affect the effective instructional environment for English Language Learners. There are several handouts for this event. 1. RtII and ELLs Extended Activity (Word Document) This activity is for trainers who would like to use it when presenting the information provided by the webinar. 2. RtII and ELLs October Webinar Checklist (Word Document) This checklist is for all participants to use as future reference when applying the information learned during the webinar. 3. RtII and ELLs A Cultural, Linguistic and Ecological Approach with ELLs (Power Point) for participants to use during webinar. 4. Culturally Responsive Literacy (Pdf File) article to support information provided in webinar. 5. A Cultural, Linguistic and Ecological Framework (Pdf file) article to support information provided in webinar.

A Focus on Consideration of Assistive Technology

05/21/2014
01:03:02 minutes
The need for Assistive Technology (AT) devices and services is one of the special considerations that IEP teams MUST address before developing the IEP. What do teams needs to know in order to do this? This session will provide information and resources to guide IEP teams in considering AT and addressing it in the IEP document.

A Focus on Consideration of Assistive Technology

04/22/2013
01:03:02 minutes
The need for Assistive Technology(AT) devices and services is one of the special considerations that IEP teams MUST address before developing the IEP. What do teams needs to know in order to do this? This session will provide information and resources to guide IEP teams in considering AT and addressing it in the IEP document.

A9. Connecting with Small Businesses to Create Long Term Partnerships

11/21/2017
01:26:27 minutes
Learn how to use local small businesses in rural areas with transition aged youth by partnering for Work Base Learning Experiences, Job Shadows, Co-Operative education opportunities and mentoring youth, by partnering with local transition councils, business and education councils, CareerLinks, and your local OVR office. Presenters will discuss techniques that have succeeded and failed and will have an open discussion on what could be improved on the failures to create success. Several success stories of partnerships with local small businesses will be shared during this presentation.
AAC in Virtual Environments 123

AAC in Virtual Environments 123

08/18/2020
Traditionally, the implementation of augmentative and alternative communication in schools has focused on face-to-face interactions. However, with some creativity and collaboration, AAC can be taught in virtual environments. This session will provide some tips, tools, and strategies for making virtual augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) therapy fun and engaging. xxx abc xyz