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Implementation Services

Adopting a comprehensive literacy curriculum like The Superkids Reading Program is an important and long-term commitment. Superkids schools find that success begins with the following on-site implementation services to increase understanding of program materials and instructional methodology.

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Implementation Training An in-person or webinar implementation training is provided for each grade level. Participants engage in lessons and learn the effective, evidence-based instructional strategies of the program. Teachers and support personnel leave prepared to implement Superkids and use all program materials.
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Coaching Visits Coaching visits provide one-on-one support for each teacher. The classroom visit can include lesson feedback as well as discussion of topics chosen by the teacher—focusing on best practices for maximum results. During the day or after school, the coach may meet with administrators, support staff, and groups of teachers. Each day of on-site coaching accommodates up to three teachers.
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Administrator Training This session or webinar provides an overview of the entire Superkids K–2 program, equipping administrators with an understanding of the research basis of Superkids and best classroom practices.

*These services may be complimentary during the first year of a K–2 adoption. Some restrictions apply.

Enrichment Services

Enhance the Impact of Your Implementation

After initial training, the following services will take your Superkids implementation to the next level, strengthen its impact, and maximize your success over time.

Superkids Leaders Training

This training is designed to provide literacy leaders at the school and district level with a deeper knowledge and understanding of Superkids and effective ways to support their teachers in implementing the program to its fullest potential. This session is recommended after the first year of implementation.

Grade-Level Meetings

Superkids teachers gather for literacy coach-facilitated meetings to share successes and address identified areas of need in order to strengthen classroom practices.

Advanced Teacher Portal Training

During this hands-on session, participants enhance their Superkids instruction by sharpening their use of online tools and resources in the teacher portal.

“Next Steps” Training for Experienced Superkids Teachers

This session is designed to deepen the understanding of the Superkids program and practices, with emphasis on grouping students, teaching diagnostically, differentiating instruction, and classroom management. Participants have multiple opportunities to apply and practice their learning during this interactive, hands-on session.

On-Site Coaching Visits

Coaching visits provide one-on-one support for teachers. It is highly beneficial to provide additional visits for teachers in the first year of implementation as well as visits in subsequent years of your adoption. A blended option of two on-site visits and two web-based sessions is available at a special price. Each day of on-site coaching accommodates up to three teachers.

Superkids Learning Connection

The Superkids Learning Connection (SLC) is a live, online session for grade-level colleagues to learn more about how to successfully meet students’ needs. SLC members have the unique opportunity to collaborate and develop relationships with other educators using The Superkids Reading Program.

Seminars to Support Superkids

With seminar topics ranging from foundational skills and comprehension to differentiated instruction, we offer specific best practices seminars just for Superkids educators.

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About Our Coaches

Superkids coaches are experienced, highly qualified educators and program experts with deep understanding of a range of literacy topics and primary reading best practices. Our knowledgeable and caring coaches become trusted partners in your success with the program.

In addition to providing one-on-one teacher support during on-site visits, the coach may meet with administrators, support staff, and groups of teachers to strengthen instructional support across the learning community.